‘Supahood’ serves as the first cut from K. Michelle‘s fourth studio album, ‘All Monsters Are Human,’ to be gifted the video treatment.
Premiering less than a month ago, the fiery cut sees Michelle tap femcees Kash Doll and City Girls star Yung Miami to assist and trade verses about their love for men from the streets. A conceptual departure for the ‘Love & Hip Hop’ star (who in the past has gotten flack for her anti-male perspective), ‘Supahood’ – via its video that doubles down on her oft avoided pro-men stance – shines as a foretaste to the gems set to line ‘Monsters.’
Curious to see what the trio cooked up? It awaits inside: