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Tinashe Explores Surreal Quarantine Life in ‘Rascal (Superstar)’ Video: Watch

Tinashe takes fans into a surreal world of life in quarantine in her visually stunning music video for “Rascal (Superstar).”

The Jasper Soloff-directed clip finds the pop/R&B singer being recorded by a metallic pink drone that follows her every move as she dances in cheetah print lingerie, erratically bakes a cake, and models elaborate pastel outfits.

The vision for the quarantine-inspired “Rascal (Superstar)” video was to capture the life of a “socialite trapped in her own home with fans streaming to watch her 24 hours a day,” according to a news release.

“Rascal (Superstar),” produced by Sage the Gemini, was featured on Tinashe’s 2019 album, Songs For You. The singer also recently dropped a remix of standout track “Hopscotch,” a bouncy, West Coast-leaning bop featuring R&B duo THEY.

Watch the “Rascal (Superstar)” video below.

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