If you have yet to hear of Rilëë, prepare to fall in love. Born and raised in California, the rising star is best known for her electric energy, euphoric sound, and undeniable beauty inside and out. Inspired directly by superstars such as Rihanna and Britney Spears, Rilëë is ready to take over the pop genre once and for all, creating timeless, relatable music for her growing fanbase.

Now, the rising star returns to release her newest single and visual called “IMMA HEAD OUT.”

Speaking on the inspiration behind the record, Rilëë reveals it was her wanting to get away from any and everyone. She explains, “I guess the crab loves her shell, I’m a cancer. I really don’t like it when people come up to me trying to ask for my number. I’m one of those people who live in the moment and men with pickup lines are so dense. I’m not the kind of girl to just sit and let you waste my time. If I don’t want to talk to you, I’ll just get up and leave. It’s my human right… lol. This song is my more polite way of doing it, and me making light at my pet peeve. It’s actually one of the brightest songs I’ve ever worked on. ‘IHO’ is the breaking point in my story, the final moment when I say nahhh.”

The message? Don’t do anything you don’t want to do. Rilëë reminds listeners that you don’t owe anyone anything. Look them in the face, think of Spongebob, and say “IMMA HEAD OUT.”

As far as the creative vision for the video, Rilëë wanted to give that vintage feel of romance, mixed with glamour. She adds, “I really wanted to depict a strong female looking great and having a good time alone despite what guy comes up to her. Yeah, I look good and all, but that’s for myself. I always have a dream about going to the bar alone, dressing up, face card on point, weave looking bomb, and not having to worry about some guy messing up my day. The mix between Hollywood vintage glamour and the modernized femininity is a strong representation of 

‘IHO’. I wanted the aesthetic to reminisce the styles of vintage glitz that I love.”

Rilëë’s last words: “Yes I am a lady, but I always do what I want.”