A Miniature Zak Abel Makes for a Great Lover in the Saweetie-Assisted "You Come First" Video

image

Sexual innuendo is nothing new to the world of music. In fact, some of the greatest classics in music history have been the result of alluding to at-the-time taboo topics of sexual promiscuity or desire. So, when British singer-songwriter Zak Abel casually dropped the filthiest song under the guise of the wholesome and infectious pop number "You Come First" late last year, we quickly lined up to give our praises for the art form that is double entendre.

Today, Abel returns with a music video that puts to bed any debate at what "You Come First" could have been possibly been alluding to. The uproarious single and video see a miniature Abel taking up the post of a woman's animated and dancing toy, following being disappointed by a string of less than adequate romantic partners. Imagine Tyra Banks' Life-Size, albeit played in reverse and having less to do about the repercussions  of suddenly becoming sentient and moving on past the death of a loved one (that was an odd children's film in hindsight) and more so about being a sexually attentive partner.  

Life-Size digressions aside, the video for "You Come First" is everything we could have hoped for when it came time to bring Abel's innuendo-heavy single to life. The lighthearted video sees the British artist joined by Bay Area rapper Saweetie who in typical fashion delivers a confident standout verse all whilst enjoying herself in a coupe cocktail glass bubble bath. For what is "You Come First," if not a lesson in proper indulgence–just make sure you are indulging the right person and in the right fashion.    

Watch the video for "You Come First" below:

Related Articles

Raffaella Embraces Her Inner Child in ‘LIVE, RAFF, LOVE (ACT I)’ [Q&A]

Raffaella Embraces Her Inner Child in ‘LIVE, RAFF, LOVE (ACT I)’ [Q&A]

August 16, 2022 Raffaella opens up on her vulnerable new project.
Author: Ally Rincon
pop
10 Questions With Gavin Haley on His Debut Album 'i hate you, Don't Leave Me'

10 Questions With Gavin Haley on His Debut Album 'i hate you, Don't Leave Me'

August 16, 2022 "This album is the last year-and-a-half of my life and some of my most personal journal entries."
Author: DJ Connor
pop
Genevieve Stokes Longs For a Change of Seasons in "Habits"

Genevieve Stokes Longs For a Change of Seasons in "Habits"

August 15, 2022 “Habits” invites us into a mercurial world of teenage growing pains.
Author: Michelle Dalarossa
pop