After scoring her first top 10 hit with “Boo’d Up,” Ella Mai follows it up with her latest Mustard-produced single “Trip,” which gets a sultry video.
The British singer-songwriter sets the mood with candles and a burning fireplace before putting her record on. She then creeps out late at night, parking outside her man’s house and hitting a basketball court, while reflecting on his love.
“Maybe it’s your love, it’s too good to be true,” she sings on the remorseful R&B jam. “Baby boy, your love, got me trippin’ on you / You know your love is big enough, make me trip up on you.”
“Trip,” which is currently No. 23 on the Billboard Hot 100, is a single off Ella’s debut album, due this fall.
Her big year continues. After selling out her first U.S. headlining tour, Ella will join Bruno Mars on his “24K Magic World Tour,” which kicks off at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Oct. 4. She is also nominated for two American Music Awards, including Favorite Female Artist — Soul/R&B and Favorite Song — Soul/R&B for “Boo’d Up.”