NYC R&B newcomer ĀJŌ might not be a familiar name, but she’s been honing her craft for the last five years–cultivating a fresh composite of R&B, funk, house and electro-pop featuring vocals that weave in and out of raps and traditionally sung lyrics. ĀJŌ’s newest effort “Chemistry” proves she’s an artist to be reckoned with. It’s an undeniably good track, made all the more addictive after you watch its newly premiered music video.
The stylish, tongue-in-cheek visual aesthetic mirrors the fearless and playful antics of veteran pop acts like the Spice Girls and Missy Elliott. ĀJŌ’s charismatic flow and swaggering physical presence makes itself known in the brightly colored video, like a female answer to the bangers of rap-pop star Goldlink. This is one track and music video we don’t want you to miss. Watch the visual above.