Real Consistency just released a visual for “Do Me,” his latest collaboration with Teejay3k & Rayven Justice. The track is about catching his partner texting someone else, so while she has been doing herself not caring about the relationship, Real Consistency says it’s time to “Do Me.”
The song features a slow tempo and a mesmerizing cadence that glides, seamlessly transmitting the pain felt by Real Consistency, Teejay3k, and Rayven Justice.
The visual even goes a step farther with the lighting, opening with a scene shot in color where Real Consistency finds a text message on his girls’ phone from another guy, Michael, with a heart emoji, and leaves the house. However, following this scene, the video shifts into a purple, blue, pink hue with distorted effects, matching the subject matter of sorrow yet wanting to move on. Reinforced by the refrain, “you’ve been doing you, I think it’s time that I do me.”
The video cuts from scene to scene of fighting with his girl in the whip to partying in a high rise, enjoying the view and good times as they sing along to the song. The track is a sing-along anthem that will have you in your feels but also feeling a vengeance towards an ex. The track is a fiery anthem that will have you singing along in the shower, car, or anywhere you are in your feels.
Be sure to check out Real Consistency Via Social Media @realconsistency, as he is setting up to drop his forthcoming project UNDERRATED very soon!
In the meantime, check out Real Consistency’s latest collaboration with Teejay3k & Rayven Justice, “Do Me,” below!