Here at I Am Hip Hop, you can get an exclusive look at Odillia’s brand new video for her single ‘Break It Down’ featuring the one and only, Snoop Dogg. After being signed last year by the people who discovered and managed Nelly, Odillia’s music has started to evolve in such a short time. Although being a hip-hop artist at heart, recently one can see her extend her love to twostep, house and garage with R&B and soul influences. The single comes hot on the heels of her chart-topping debut single End of the World, featuring Atlanta’s Lil’ Keed that racked up over 10 million views on social media since it premiered in February.
‘Break It Down’, which was written by Odillia, explores the ups and downs of a relationship with one partner in need of clarification of where things stand.
“[My songs] are all based on things I have personally experienced or the experiences of people in my life,” she explains. “Sometimes, when two people are in a relationship but not on the same page, there comes that moment of honestly where they just have to break it down and say what it is they want or don’t want from each other. I’m excited to play off those emotions in a back and forth with Snoop with beautiful Aruba as the backdrop of the story.”
The track is accompanied by a video shot in Aruba and shows Odillia looking as glamorous as ever, prowling the screen whilst owning her sensuality in the warmth of the Caribbean. Her raunchy video call with The Dogg Father is seductively lit in red-light as Odillia manages to ooze power and dominance throughout the scene making it impossible to take your eyes off her. Combining a traditional hip-hop video with complex dance routines, the video really shows off her talents as a singer, dancer and performer.
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