Tiffany Evans

Video: Tiffany Evans feat. Fetty Wap - 'On Sight'

  /  07.15.2016

Fetty Wap links with Tiffany Evans in the colorful video for “On Sight.”

The R&B starlet releases the clip for the catchy tune, which features Fetty’s infectious melodies.

“You just fell in love with a goon, baby,” he sings on the uptempo track. “Christian Louboutins, how you walk in shoes, baby / You see the way I look at you, baby / I get one for me, I get one for you, baby.”

This is actually the second version of the video. The first, shot in New York, was scrapped after Fetty was unable to make the shoot due to scheduling.

“Fetty randomly came into town [in] Atlanta for a show and his team hit me up and asked me if I still wanted to shoot his scene for the video,” said Evans. “That same day we had to plan a whole new video shoot to match what we were doing with Fetty, which is why the footage from New York was scratched. All of it was last minute but we got it.”

According to Evans, Fetty was the consummate professional the whole time. “He drove one hour away from his home in his own car to the location just to shoot his scene for me,” she said. “When we arrived to the location, I had to fix my makeup, hair, and wardrobe and him and his team waited in the lounge playing pool like it was nothing. Very sweet guy and humble. Definitely something I will not forget.”

Next, Evans is gearing up to release her long-awaited EP All Me.


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