1Lw2Jgxkz24Teyana Taylor Continues Her Nostalgia Trip with “Undercover” Visuals [@TEYANATAYLOR] Bradford J. Howard March 1, 2016 Music, Music Video When Teyana Taylor dropped her The Cassette Tape: 1994 mixtape last fall, it was implied in its rollout and its content that it was all about creating a throwback feel. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper-songbird took listeners back to the ’90s on the tape, gaining whatever ground her VII debut album may have left behind. Having just released a music video for “Touch Me” – one within which Taylor not only paid homage to music video dance breakdowns of the past, but also proudly showed off her post-baby body – Taylor took to YouTube at midnight to release visuals for another track off The Cassette Tape, the “Poison”-sampling “Undercover.” Though “Undercover” as a song is about creeping with an ex, its music video isn’t so trifling. Instead, the Elijah Steen-directed visuals mix the past and the present. Spandex bodysuits are in, Taylor struts around in cheetah print and a khaki uniform that would make Aaliyah proud, and throwback team jackets and Cross Colours clothing make an appearance. To say nothing of the plenty of New Jack Swing-inspired dances that Teyana and her crew break out at the club they crash. Teyana Taylor’s The Cassette Tape: 1994 mixtape, on which “Undercover” appears, is available now. Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.