KeKe Palmer and Quavo hit the stage in their new video for "Wind Up," a Sean Garrett and Phillip "DJ Hardwerk" Constable-produced club anthem from the forthcoming follow-up to her Lauren EP. Watch the flick below.

The new visual finds KeKe, who performed a tribute to legendary rap trio Salt-N-Pepa at the 2016 VH1 Hip Hop Honors Show, killing the stage with a crew of dancers as she blesses the stage with plenty of energy. Throughout the track itself, which is a pretty aggressive one, KeKe sings about her come-up and just how long she's been on her grind. In that part of the vid, we see a younger version of KeKe and her family traveling across the country in a minivan.

"So tell 'em stop bitching, and motherfucker listen/Since 9 years old, I been in the kitchen/Family gotta eat (eat), that mean I gotta get that cake/And I ain't sittin' down for no nigga, feel me," KeKe sings with all the tenacity of your favorite rapper.

After her verse, Quavo joins KeKe onstage, where both of them are transformed into holograms. Between the dancing, the pink hoola hoops and energetic verses from KeKe and the Migos member, it's all pretty dope.

For KeKe, this new video is a sign she's seriously jumping into her next project. For Quavo, it's the latest in an endless stream of great guest verses.

Check out the video for "Wind Up" below. Cop the single on iTunes here.

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