PREMIERE: ELESIA iiMURA ft. Assassin aka Agent Sasco “Come For Me” Video

Last week we got our first chance to hear “Come For Me,” Elesia iiMura‘s steamy duet with dancehall veteran Assassin aka Agent Sasco, who has collabed with the likes of Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar. The Japanese-Australian singer merges her vibes with Sasco’s hardcore bars to create a wicked combination that will keep the summer vibes alive for many nights to come. Today MASS APPEAL brings you the visuals, which were shot on location in Kingston, Jamaica. Keep an eye out for a cameo from dancehall legend Bounty Killer.

“This song is about a girl being real and letting her man know he is the one, ” says the artist, “while at the same time encouraging him to make a move. Video director Gareth Cobran, who saw the vision of the record, connected me with one of the most respected dancehall/reggae artists Assassin a.k.a. Agent Sacso. The song’s producer Travis Lee & I collaborated on the beat to lay the bedding for the feature by Assassin, who brought his badman vocal tone and killer flow to the track. It was an effortless fit.”

It’s not the first time these artists have teamed up on a cross-cultural collaboration. Elesia first mixed it up with Sasco on his song “Crazy.” This time she returns the favor by inviting him to play her love interest. “Naturally I’m about culture and I thrive off of it. The world needs more integration and unity through diversity,” says ELESIA. She adds, “those are the lit vibes from which “Come For Me” was born.” Peep the visuals above and keep up with Elesia via Facebook and Twitter.

Sasco and Elesia on the set in Kingston JA

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