Meet the Fresh Princess, Kamaiyah. Celebrating her come up with a subtle nod to Will Smith’s classic sitcom, the Oakland rapper delivers the music video for “I’m On.”
Filled with throwback imagery like classic Nike sneakers, vinyl records, and an old television set, Yaya reflects on a life-changing year. Watching footage from this year’s concerts while sitting on a throne, the emerging Interscope MC celebrates success as a “black queen.”
“I put out a song and my life changed,” she raps over a sample of Bernard Wright’s “Who Do You Love.” “No more nights starving / I believed in me and came out on top ballin’ / Remember when I didn’t have shoestrings / Now, I pull up, hop out, watch the coupe swing.”
“I’m On” is the opening track off Kamaiyah’s debut mixtape, A Good Night in the Ghetto. Watch her ball like royalty in the video for “I’m On” below.