RuPaul's Drag Race alum and So You Think You Can Dance star Laganja Estranja is breaking new ground with her debut EP, Exhibit A. The five-track release shows off Estranja's range as a burgeoning hip-hop artist, starting with the EP's debut single, "Look At Me."
To coincide with the release, Estranja debuted a music video for "Look At Me," which tackles social issues including racial profiling, white privilege, prison reform, aggressive police tactics and targeting of Cannabis users. The video, which was conceptualized as a short film, shows the stark differences in Laganja's white privilege as a Cannabis user while her Latino boyfriend is unfairly targeted by police and arrested for possession of a joint and locked away, an all too common occurrence in America. The video features choreography from So You Can Think You Dance alum, Comfort Fedoke and was directed by Assaad Yacoub .
Watch Laganja Estranja's "Look At Me" music video below.
Estranja's EP Exhibit A is available on all streaming services.