Teyana Taylor has once again paid tribute to late Kim Porter, who died a few months ago. This time, she honored the late model by sharing a music video for a Wu-Tang Clan remix of “Gonna Love Me” on Friday, December 14. The video was directed by herself and features Ghostface Killah, Method Man and Raekwon.
The songstress plays Ghostface’s girlfriend in the music video, which opens with her discovering a phone that belongs to the rapper. However, she’s never seen it before. It prompts her to confront her boyfriend and start accusing him of cheating on her. Getting fed up by the rapper, she storms out of their shared apartment.
Hitting the street in a blue-and-yellow motorcycle jacket over a black top, she starts singing about their relationship. Ghostface raps his verse from the apartment while recalling happier times in their relationship while Method appears in a stairwell.
When it’s time for Raekwon to deliver his verse, the collaborators hit the club where Teyana finds Ghostface flirting with another girl. A fight then breaks out as the singer goes to confront the pair right away. The video ends with gunshots being fired.
In the description box, Teyana wrote, “In Loving Memory of Kim Porter,” dedicating the music video to the late model.
“Gonna Love Me” is among the eight tracks on her second studio album “K.T.S.E.” which was released on June 23. Produced by Kanye West, the effort debuted at No. 17 on Billboard 200 and received generally positive reviews from music critics. It marked her second top 20 album on the chart.
In support of the album, the “Rose in Harlem” singer embarked on a North American tour which kicked off on August 17 in Detroit and wrapped up on September 8 in Portland.
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