Young R&B starlet Ravyn Lenae is a retro-glam disco queen in the music video for her latest single “Sticky.”
Wearing a glittery crop top, bell-bottoms and big curls, the Chicago native channels the ’70s in the Weird Life-directed visual for the lead track off her new EP, Crush, which is due out on Friday (Jan. 26).
Posing in front of muted strips of color the lo-fi styled video finds the singer/songwriter swaying back and forth for the revolving cameras. Singing about an anchored feeling from a relationship that she just can’t seem to shake, Ravyn dances her woes away.
Speaking about the Steve Lacy-produced track, Lenae says the song is about ““being stuck to someone and knowing you shouldn’t be…the person is not really nice to you; he’s actually a little mean. Even though you know that, you take him back all the time. He’s sticky.”
“Sticky” is the first single off her third EP, Crush, which is produced by The Internet’s Steve Lacy.
Check out the video above.