New Video: Lizzo – ‘Good As Hell’

Published: Monday 9th Dec 2019 by Sam

Lizzo is going all out in her push for “new” single ‘Good As Hell.’

With unorthodox defining the singer’s success, the release serves as one of her story’s most unique chapters.

For, the song was originally released in 2016 and placed on the ‘Barbershop: The Next Cut’ during her rise.

Following the chart-topping run of another previously released cut (‘Truth Hurts’), ‘Good As Hell’ has received a huge boost and now looks like a serious contender for the top spot too.

With the help of an Ariana Grande assisted remix, the song has thus far peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Now, with the arrival of an all-new video (there was an original), the Houston native is in the running for a major streaming boost.

Watch the visual, which tributes her band playing beginnings (HBCU style), below…

Cool clip, but more than anything we’re loving how potently (and unashamedly) she’s pushing her product.

In an era where promo and “being seen” to turn leave no stone unturned is almost frowned upon, it’s encouraging to see Lizzo going all out to stack these hits.

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  1. only facts December 9, 2019

    Aww this is cute. I wish they would promote Tempo. That song was just thrown away and it was such a bop. Her album isn’t getting the shine it deserves…everyone is focusing on her old songs 🙁

    • PinotNoir December 9, 2019

      Agreed. But I get execs think broad appeal and Tempo would exclude white music buyers.

  2. Clarks0oñ December 9, 2019

    The Arianna Grande remix did nothing for the song.
    She wants another number one.

    Juice is her best song till date, but yall allowed juice to flop.

  3. Nicky December 9, 2019

    Congrats to another solo hit!!!!!

    Poor Camicky. Her new released songs are being ignored. Album already tumbling. ???? those ticket bundles are wearing off

    • Clarksooon December 9, 2019

      At least Camila is not old, fat, and nappy headed.

      • PinotNoir December 9, 2019

        If an artist in her 20’s is old to you, you must be 14. Explains the tantrums.

  4. Ace December 12, 2019

    Love it

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