When it comes to Washington, D.C.’s blossoming Hip-Hop scene, Kelow Latesha seems to have made herself comfortable on its fringe — while somewhat lesser known, she’s successfully inserted herself in many of the city’s most notable moments and developed a loyal fan base for her unique, creative style. Case in point: back in February, she recruited none other than Lil Uzi Vert — Hip-Hop’s current resident Rock star — for the remix to “Finna,” a track from the 2015 EP Amethyst Stoner (if anything, this should tell you how far she is ahead of her time).
This week, Kelow — who can also be heard on the intro to GoldLink‘s “Crew” — returns with new vibes in the form of “Yeah,” which serves as the first official offering from her forthcoming project Flight Attendant. The crawling, head-nodding cut was produced by JNATBEATS (DJ Drama‘s “Wishing”) and sees Kelow talking ‘that s***’ with background chants added to further confirm her boastful declarations on wax — by the end of the song, you’ll be shouting the song’s title in full agreement.
Enjoy “Yeah” below. If you happen to be in Baltimore this weekend, check out Kelow’s Queer-ology performance at The Crown for Pride Month.
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