Dancehall’s Starface is exercising her industry muscle in a promotional campaign for her latest single ‘Badman Loving’ released in May 2019
There are sayings like, ‘nice guys finish last’ or that good girls like bad guys. The latter holds true in Starface’s new track ‘Badman Loving’ where she talks about the phenomena. But the artist does not give a definitive explanation for the phenomena. The visuals for the video show her in camouflage clothing surrounded by threatening men as she plays with pistols and semi automatic weapons. It also features her licking guns as she whines for a guy.
“Women love to fall for bad boys. They are naturally drawn to men who are renegades and who have certain masculine qualities. I don’t know why that it is, maybe ah just evolution or genes, but women typically love bad boys,” said the dancehall deejay.
‘Badman Loving’ was produced by Frenz for Real label and it features on Lifestyle Riddim alongside Vybz Kartel, Squash, Demarco, Sikka Rymes, Sean Paul and Teejay.
Starface is happy with the current response for the track. But I would like to believe most women are into the type of bad guys she is clearly into from her video.
“My IG has been blowing up. I did two promotional appearances overseas, plus I am booked to host quite a few events this summer, including ‘Chug It’ at the end of this month,” she said.
Starface has been receiving good reviews on songs such as ‘Ride It’, featuring Maestro Don. The song, released on the Fully Aktiv riddim on the Dane Raychords and Konsequence Muzik labels, has racked up thousands of views on streaming sites.
She also got rave reviews last year for her controversial ‘Ready’ video. The single was the female response to Rygin King’s smash hit Tuff. It was officially released by producer Dane Ray on the Billion Music Group label.