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K. Michelle recently dropped the video to her new single “Supahood” featuring City Girls and Kash Doll. The Child and Derek Blanks-directed video mainly takes place in an auto-body garage where K. Michelle sings while rocking all-red outfit with a matching fur.

The Memphis singer also sings from a baby blue old school Cadillac before the City Girls’ Yung Miami raps her verse in a blue two-piece outfit that accentuates her baby bump.

Detroit’s Kash Doll appears in a lavender-colored wig with a matching purple bodysuit that’s adorned with multi-colored flowers.

“Supahood” comes from K. Michelle’s new forthcoming studio album All Humans Are Monsters.

“I want to thank Kash Doll and Yung Miami for their participation in making this record and the video,” Michelle told Complex.

“Their addition made this song really fun and that’s what I wanted to make: A Good Fun Song!! Men get to talk their sh– and women need to be free to talk their sh– too! This song encompasses all of that.”

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.