Perhaps the only song more ubiquitous within the Top 40 radio rotation this summer than "Trap Queen" is Natalie La Rose's Whitney Houston-interpolating and Jeremih-assisted "Somebody." And so the math looks promising for "Around The World," La Rose's new single that features an EDM-bound beat by Max Martin and a (nearly unintelligible but sonically delightful) cameo by Fetty Wap.
Today the song is matched with a color-saturated video that takes La Rose—whose moves rival Ciara's—on a quick spin round the globe. "Here I am, a girl from Amsterdam and traveling the world," she told The FADER, describing her close connection to the song in an email. "In the video I'm showing that I have a little bit of every woman in me. To me the song is about a passionate, limitless, and worldwide love.”
"All Around The World" was directed by Hannah Lux Davis, choreographed by Casper Smart and styled by Law Roach. Natalie La Rose's debut EP is coming this fall on Flo Rida’s label I.M.G and Republic Records.