Southside Chicago R&B Artist Ann Marie delivers another seductive visual, this one for the buttery single, "My Body." Directed by Damien Sandoval and set against the hot Miami sun, the video compliments Ann Marie’s braggadocious and raunchy lyrics as she poses with her girls while showing off her slinky figure. "I'll make it nasty when we f*ck and I ain't [More]
Following the release of “Pull Up” last month, R&B songstress Ann Marie is back with a third video from Tripolar 2. "Around," which features fellow Chicago artist 147 Calboy, is a call and response song about two friends who become secret lovers even though neither of them are single. The visual opens up with 147 Calboy’s girlfriend blowing him up [More]
Earlier this month, emerging R&B artist Ann Marie released the new album, Tripolar 2. The set features the buzzing, radio-friendly single, “Secret,” featuring YK Osiris, which she shot a music video for. Now, the Chicago singer and songwriter looks to extend the reach of the project by dropping another visual, this time for the lush and romantic slow jam "Pull Up." The clip kicks off with [More]
Emerging R&B artist Ann Marie recently dropped off the radio-friendly new single, "Secret," featuring YK Osiris, and now she's back with a supporting music video. In the clip, Ann Marie returns to her high school, sneaking around the halls with her down-low beau, played by featured artist YK Osiris, while the rest of the school dances in the hallways. On the duet, the Chicago songstress [More]
Emerging R&B artist Ann Marie details her "Secret" fling via the radio-friendly new single featuring YK Osiris. On the duet, the Chicago songstress taps into her upper register for a sultry and velvety rendition backed by twinkling keys and wobbling bass. "Secret" recreates the thrill of the early stages of a relationship--blind to the world, trembling with excitement for what the future holds. [More]
From beginning to end, the single can be categorized as a classic R&B love song: the hook is smooth and melodic thanks to Ann Marie, and with a dash of bars on the verses from Tyre Hakim, reminds you of high-school and the 90’s.