Popular recording artist Trippie Redd makes a cameo in girlfriend and rising singer-songwriter Skye Morales’s deranged visual to her new single “Me, Myself & You,” shared below.


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The Bronx native, who originally emerged from obscurity onto the mainstream landscape in 2018 with her debut EP, Free, is building anticipation to the release of her first project under a new label situation later this year. Blending soft and soothing vocals with a deeply eerie R&B production, “Me, Myself & You” is an undeniable first impression from the new sensation to a brand new audience who’ve acquired an interest in Morales through her high-profile relationship with Trippie Redd. It’s a psychological thriller, Nolan Riddle-directed video shows a drunk-in-love Morales wandering an empty mansion with illusions of her former lover (Redd) in photographs driving her crazy as she inquiries about where their love went wrong after committing a heinous act of revenge.

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“Pour a glass of wine and light your blunt,” Morales tweets with the clip of the visual on Twitter with a clicking champagne glasses emoji. 

Previewed a trailer back in January, “Me, Myself & You” is Morales’s first single release since 2020, when she released the three previous tracks, “Right Away,” “Feels Right” and “Elevated.”

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Trippie Redd – who appears in the visual courtesy of 10K Projects – released a surprise mixtape, Hate is Dead, back in December and signed a new global deal with the successful independent label in March. Redd, 22, originally signed with his long-time label home at 16-years-old. 

Redd and Morales went public with their relationship in January 2021. “Me, Myself & You” is available everywhere via 1400 Entertainment. For more on Skye Morales, follow her, along with her 327,000 followers, on social media.

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