You might need a bib to catch the drool.
After giving us food for thought on old Atlanta vs. gentrified Atlanta with last week's debut of the Artemus Jenkins-directed video "Return," Atlanta rapper Tre Luce shows his versatility with the most tastefully sensual visual I've seen in a long time.
Directed by Lacey Duke (also behind Janelle Monáe's "Tightrope Wondamix"), the orgasmic metaphors in this video offer proof that female directors convey overt sexuality with so much more imagination than the bruhs.
If you haven't sampled the rest of Tre Luce's debut LP Return of the A, peep these choice cuts: "Machinery," "Show Me Love" feat. Scar, "Speak My Mind," and Tre's Captain Sav-a-Chick redux "I Got Her."
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