BeMyFiasco Is Trying TO Get Over A “Bad Dream” In Visual

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BeMyFiasco makes her SpitFireHipHop debut with this new “Bad Dream” video.

BeMyFiasco has built up quite the resume in the past six years. Her ethereal vocals can be heard floating on Lyric Jones‘s CTTA album opener “Face to Face”, IAMNOBODI‘s “Let It Roll”, Robert Glasper‘s “Violets”, Little Brother‘s 2019 lauded comeback album May The Lord Watch (“All In A Day” and “Work Through Me“), and more recently, Dreamville rapper Lute‘s album Gold Mouf (“Amen“).

She’s also collaborated with 9th Wonder and Erykah Badu‘s RC & The Gritz, to name a few. The R&B songstress from Dallas, Texas is now the latest to join the Grammy-nominated soul music outfit The Foreign Exchange‘s +FE Music imprint, which is set to release her full-length debut album Where I Left You this Friday (10/15/2021). Today (10/13/2021), the official music video for the album’s second single “Bad Dream” makes its debut via the +FE Music YouTube channel, ahead of Friday’s release.

Directed by Tevyn Jenkins for ‘Nicely Done Visuals’, the video is “a nod to my love of bad ’80s workout videos and ’90s feel-good R&B jams”, explains BeMyFiasco. Produced by Roho, “the song was inspired by a few toxic relationships from my past. I have a lot moreperspective now, but for a long time I blamed myself. I’d look back on those situations like, ‘Was it all a bad dream? What the hell was I thinking?’ Now, I’m just thankful  I can laugh and write songs about it.” 

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