The Gerard Victor-directed video elegantly shows an up close and personal view of Lee and her love interest.
Not too long after releasing the visuals for Trill, Lee wasted no time releasing a music video for “Haters”, the second single from “The Snapback” EP featuring J Whoody. Check out the music video below.
After that, she released a music video for “Have Mercy”, the third single featuring Harlem rapper, Jim Jones. Check out the music video below.
In Lee’s mind, the grind doesn’t stop after releasing an EP. To keep the momentum going, she released a music video of her rapping over Lil’ Kim’s “Big Momma Thang” instrumental.
“Big Momma Thing” [NyaLeeMix]
The video shows Lee seated poolside in revealing outfits that captures her curvaceous and sexually attractive frame.
The Snapback EP
Check out Nya Lee’s “The Snapback” EP via Spotify.
Lee grew up in the Bronx’s Patterson Housing Projects. At the age of 18, she became an exotic dancer. Later, her passion for recording music led her to work with great emcees such as Fabolous, Jadakiss, Rick Ross, and Jim Jones. But her popularity skyrocketed when she made her TV debut on VH1’s Love & Hip Hop: New York.
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