Fifth Harmony member Ally Brooke is hell-bent on garnering individual cred in 2019, by which she is banking on the big league assist from everyone's favourite club-facilitator in Tyga. Their new duet titled "Low Key" shines a light on our current fixation with vague relationship templates and the low-key apparatus that comes with the "unmatching" option on dating apps.
"People never really got to see to the true me," Brooke said in a press release expressive of her solo intentions. "Now just being able to have my own freedom of being an artist is the most incredible feeling in the world."
Ally Brooke's "Low Key" is the second Tyga in circulation in recent weeks, following the release of "Girls Have Fun" with G-Eazy and Rich the Kid. Before that, Tyga gave us "Floss in the Bank" as he contended with the petulance of a spiteful Soulja Boy. The accompanying music video features tons of choreography, give it a hard look.
Throw me that alley, I'ma dunk and win it
I ain't looking for love but it's been a minute
Serve it on a plate, I'ma come and get it
You love it, I like it, it's litty.