Mila J Moves On From A Toxic Relationship In Her “New Crib” Video

After releasing her new project, Dopamine, earlier this month, Mila J debuts the stunning visuals to her latest single “New Crib”. The self-directed video shows the singer packing up tons of boxes of belongings as she reminisces on her past relationship.

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As she singer reflects on those said memories, Mila J, metaphorically and literally moves out of her old spot and into a new one. The creative short perfectly captures the song’s metaphors about moving on from troubled situations for greener pastures.

“Who knew hurting would be like this/Not even tries to confide this/Love should never hurt/Yeah, yeah, yeah/Take it back, yeah, you know I would/Through thick and thin it was all good yeah/You were my ni**a/You were my ni**a,” sings Mila on the song with with emotional anguish.

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In a recent interview, Mila J says her new project was inspired by Daniel Levitin’s This Is Your Brain on Music: The Science of a Human Obsession.

“It really broke down how our brain reacts to music, what’s released when we hear a song, and why we like certain music,” she said. “Dopamine is that chemical that’s released when things just feel good. It is that favorite song and that favorite band, and, I just feel very happy and very free.”

Dopamine follows her previous EP, 213, and features her other jams “Move” and “No Fux.”