Lizzo just released a new track and music video, “About Damn Time.” Check out the new track and video below!
Finally, we have new music from Lizzo. Lizzo begins the funkadelic journey in a “stressed and sexy” support group, before realizing it’s “bad bitch o’clock,” and “thicc thirty,” meaning it’s time to stop stressing and start dancing with ya’ bad self. This is a spring and summer anthem, so get ready to hear it on repeat. You may also recognize some familiar faces in the music video in backup dancers Cryssie, Asia, and Sydney who competed in Lizzo’s new competition show, Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls.
“I’ve been through a lot, but I’m still flirty / Is everybody back up in the building? / It’s been a minute, tell me how you’re healing / ‘Cause I’m about to get into my feelings / How you feeling? How you feel right now?”
Then, to emphasize how she’s feeling now, Lizzo transforms out of her drab sweats and into a sequined outfit made for a dancing queen.
“I’m not the girl I was or used to be,” she sings as the whole video kicks fun up a notch. “I might be better.”
And when the chorus comes around, Lizzo delivers what could be the perfect mantra for getting past trying times: “Turn up the music, turn down the lights / I got a feeling I’m gon’ be alright.”
“About Damn Time” is the first single of 2022 for the three-time Grammy winner, and it’s set to be featured on her upcoming album “Special,” out July 15.
But Lizzo lovers don’t have to wait until then to get more from the “Truth Hurts” singer. She’s hosting “Saturday Night Live” on April 16.
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