Exactly a week ahead of the release of her heavily-delayed sophomore effort, Joyride, Tinashe has dropped another single (and its accompanying video) called "Me So Bad," which features French Montana and Ty Dolla $ign.
On the bouncy track, the budding pop star sings about getting close with a lover. Ultimately, the 25-year-old knows that she's a catch for her fella, but it's about making moves. "I know you want my free time/ I know that we don't play, play, play, play/ I'm walking on a thin line/ I'm hoping that it break, break, break, break, break," she sings on the opening verse. In conjunction with the release of the playful number, T also released the video, which shows her as a Tennis queen, working some choreograph and hanging out with the pair of rappers.
Joyride is set to feature a string of others acts, including Offset ("No Drama"), Future ("Faded Love"), and Little Dragon ("Stuck With Me"). Among some of the other titles on the set include "Oh La La," "Salt" and even two interludes. The tracklist for the LP, which is due April 13, is the latest update on the collection after the unveiling of the avant-garde cover art. In a previous interview with Tinashe, the star explained that the rollout plan for the album was meticulously thought out. "I really wanted people to know that this wasn't just one song I was throwing out there to see what was going to happen," she told AOL of dropping three tracks ahead of the album. "It's part of a continued rollout plan. It's something we're taking seriously in terms of how we're presenting the content, and I wanted [the music] to be as impactful as possible."