Montreal Femcee Hua Li’s Provocative New Visuals for “Pinkett”

Hua Li, a new emcee on the Montreal scene, has been putting herself on the map, first by releasing an EP in June and more recently by performing alongside Cakes Da Killa at Pop Montréal. She’s now showing her more provocative side with her first video for the trap-like song “Pinkett”, produced by Nigerian-born Montréal producer Teck-Zilla.

Briefly described as a tribute to Jada Pinkett in the late 90’s film “Set It Off” with Queen Latifah, the video sets a tone most Hip Hop artists would have difficulty to follow. The setting is at a strip club, but the catch is that we are at a gar strip bar with male dancers with glitter in their eyes, men in bondage and swinging from poles. Not only that, we got guys in fuzzy coats, voguing for the camera, and Hua Li in cabaret wear crawling around on stage. Let’s just say the Eduardo Menz & David J Romero directed visuals bring a different meaning to “video hoes”. I can’t give you anymore because I would be giving away the whole video, so click below to check it out.

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