The animation takes place in an immersive world set sometime in the future, where Black Lives Matter billboards still appear through the city skyline. It’s heavily inspired by Akira. She struggles of her miscommunication with a crush on social media which matches the chorus, “I don’t know if you want me to come over, don’t want to ask, really I should know better.” Despite all that, Jorja rises above and transforms into a super-hero to combat misogynist robots. Popcaan injects some serious energy around the song’s midway point.
Earlier this year, Jorja released her “By Any Means” single and music video, paying tribute to the Black Lives Matter movement as part of Roc Nation’s Reprise project meant to bring awareness to social justice issues. She also delivered her powerful “Rose Rouge” visual and cover for the Bluenote Re:imgained compilation.
Watch Jorja’s latest music video above and stream her new song “Come Over” below. In more music news, check out HYPEBEAST Music’s latest feature, “What Boldy James’ Success Can Tell Us About Hip-Hop Listeners in 2020,” where the veteran Detroit rapper talks about his growth, longevity and finding a larger audience despite the pandemic.