BLUSH, an all-female hip-hop/R&B trio from Mathew Knowles’ Music World Entertainment, have released a new music video to accompany their single “Work.”

The beat is reminiscent of a mix between Destiny Child’s “Soldier” and Beyoncé’s “Freakum Dress,” which doesn’t exactly align with the group’s 90’s vibe, but definitely references the work of bada** women in the music industry, which Sunni, Bunni Ray and Tali are trying to assert themselves as.

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In the video (above), the trio, accompanied by a gang of beautiful women, turn up the sex appeal to show fans how to work (or WERK) it for what they want. The throwback visuals and fashions are paired with a few modern-day ideals, such as embracing same-sex relationships and encouraging women to be more assertive.


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“I’m so far ahead of my time; I’m bout to start another life/ Look behind you, I’m bout to pass you twice.”- Jay Z “Youngins ice grillin’ me, oh you not feeling me/Fine, it cost you nothing/Pay me no mind” “I’d rather die enormous than live dormant” “They giveth and they taketh life is cruel that way/But even a broken clock is right at least two times a day” “A wise man told me don’t argue with fools, cause people from a distance can’t tell who is who.” “Swear to everything, when I leave this Earth, it’s gon’ be on both feet, never knees in the dirt” “No one said it would be easy, n**** livin’ is work” “I’m not afraid of dying, I’m afraid of not trying”