The Matt Sukkar-directed visuals for the Slay-Z single are fashionable yet gritty. While rhyming about her body and sexiness, the 24-year-old rap diva struts through the streets of New York with flare.
In one scene, she’s rhyming outside the courthouse (where she’s appeared recently) before roaming the tile-covered halls of a building. She even dances on top of a cop car while flaunting her legs.
Watch Banks bring the “The Big Big Beat” below.
The Harlem spitfire continues to stir up more controversy. Following the release of LEMONADE, she blasted Beyoncé for making an album about infidelity and forgiveness. In a series of tweets, Banks said Bey is not showing strength, but “stupidity” with her new material.
“And it’s not what the national black women’s conversation needs right now,” she added. “More pain more suffering in the face of a man…You keep crying over a man and perpetuating that sad black female sufferance and it’s Not good for what we’re trying to accomplish here.”