Rising Brooklyn rapper Ahsh Eff demands that you follow her burgeoning movement in the bitey single, "Staain," which she describes as a mix of Jay Z and Cam'Ron. "Follow the campaign, flossin' like er'day," Ahsh slurs with her signature cocky flow, underlining the following she's slowly building as a newcomer in hip-hop.
Now, the track has an official video, which sees Ahsh aptly taking over New York--rapping on the MTA and city sidewalks--as she calls out the "bloodstains on her boots." Directed by Anonymous Motion and styled by Sachi Soysauce, the new clip is a snapshot of Ahsh's inevitable come-up--something we'll look back on in a few years and remember as her humble beginning.
"My sound is heavy and potent--dark, but the delivery makes it sexy," Ahsh previously told OUT. "I'm small, but I'm a giant and my voice is my height. I say what I mean and mean what say, so when I rap I try to give that same conviction."