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Victoria Monét is presently on a roll. The acclaimed singer-songwriter extraordinaire is gearing up for the discharge of her subsequent challenge, “Jaguar II,” the follow-up to 2020’s “Jaguar,” on Aug. 25. As a part of the rollout, she premiered the extremely anticipated music video for her third single from the upcoming challenge, “On My Mama.” And it’s a crash course in peak Black Y2K style.
The high-impact visible, styled by famend stylist Kollin Carter and choreographed by Sean Bankhead, serves as an ode to Black early-aughts and 2010s tradition, with the styling and choreography aiding in showcasing the mentioned homage. From the references to Southern hip-hop and R&B, like Usher’s “You Do not Need to Name,” to Ciara’s dance type to the sampling of Texas rapper Charlie Boy’s 2009 hit, “I Look Good,” the video is an attractive snapshot of an influential period in popular culture. There’s an ideal appreciation of Black hip-hop style as effectively, just like the tall