Croydon's Corella is proving herself to be one of the capital's most-hyped new artists.
With a string of cuts to her name - the instantly infectious run of ‘Trappin’, ‘Tiyanah’ and ‘Wagwan’ - she's rolled with some of the best production talent around, proving herself to have real depth.
New single 'Pull Up' flips her style around, a kind of soulful burner viewed through the lens of her unique rap-leaning style.
Half-sung but retaining the flow of a rapper, it's almost like a bashment throwback but with a very 2k19 twist that shows a clear fondness for R&B.
Working alongside critically-hailed beatmaker Jasmin Tadjiky aka TĀLĀ, 'Pull Up' is about the insecurities that get in the way of love, and how the struggles of the everyday can mess up a good thing.
The video takes us right down to Corella's home turf, with director Caleb Samuel following Corella around Pollard's Hill as she rampages around a barber shop, off license and skate park with her producer, TĀLĀ, in tow.
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