New Song: Polow Da Don – ‘Pay Me’

Published: Thursday 4th Jun 2015 by David

Veronica Vega is the vocalist leading Polow Da Don‘s ‘Pay Me’, flexing her visual muscles for the jam’s music video which is now available to spin below!

The jam dropped just in time for summer and is one listeners are unlikely to ever forget.

Vega had this to say about it:

I’m not a rebel. I’m a believer in freedom all the way across the board. Rules for all, or rules for no one. That’s what this song means to me. This is a song and video that’s ambitious and powerful and that’s what the women of this generation represent in my opinion. I refuse to be scared of judgment.

Check it out below!

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  1. #TeamTinashe Stan June 4, 2015

    Its Veronica Vega!
    She is hot. JLo better watch out…. I’m kidding

  2. Rated R June 4, 2015

    Pour It Up meets Partition meets My Neck My Back. The way the video is shot is dope- meaning it doesn’t look cheap. It could be a summer club anthem like Khia’s song but that song is still being played soooooooo lol

  3. Toohotfortv June 4, 2015

    I ain’t even mad… I mean, for what it is, they hit the nail on the head.

  4. KINGBK123 June 4, 2015


  5. Istierra June 4, 2015

    I am tired of these producers trying to make there latest jump offs legitimate artist.Its a difference if they have actual talent but if your wasting time making beats for thots that can’t carry a tune or Rap there way out of paper bag just cause they sucked you off good one night then it will come to point where u lose you credibility as producer case in point Stevie j. Further more why waste your time and money on music that won’t go anywhere and why subject the public to this mess

  6. ok June 4, 2015

    Polow needs to stop giving these tracks to his new girlfriend. Find a superstar.

  7. Elite June 4, 2015

    Umm wtf did I just watch???

  8. iSpeakTruthNoFallacy June 4, 2015

    She look like every other gutter come bucket in Miami. Such a tacky song and a tacky person who had the audacity to use feminism to back her statement.

  9. sashafromdonetsk June 6, 2015

    Voice and style similar to Nicki Minaj.

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