Tokyo Jetz rips the beat on "The One."
While labels far and wide are broadening their scope to anchor down their flagship offerings in the world of female rappers, T.I.’s Grand Hustle imprint has been cultivating a solid star in Hustle Gang’s Tokyo Jetz for some time now.
Tokyo finds herself in a class of rising female emcees who first found success in viral videos and social media stardom, leveraging it all for a viable shot in hip-hop and according to her latest “The One” track, it isn’t just hype. First debuting the audio earlier in the year, Tokyo now returns with the visuals for the fiery cut—an assertion of the Jacksonville native’s hunger by way of a heated delivery.
Before the Prezzley P-produced beat even drops, Tokyo is already on the offensive: “Bitch I'm so flossy, you know I'm lit/Look at my shoes and my neck and my wrist/They told me be humble, I'm like for what/I done been down, lil bitch I'm up.”
The new clip, directed by Meg Gamez, goes the extra mile to capture the energy of the track with a fill of dynamic shots including a close up of Tokyo occupying the top of Atlanta’s Peachtree Street Bridge edifice as traffic zooms by on the interstate below.