Brooklyn rhymer Leaf is all about the mula on her new single titled "Plate." For her new song, Leaf takes on a new sound — considerably more raspy and hella aggressive — but maintains her anti-authority style.

"'Plate' is very simple," explains Leaf to Billboard. "The lyrics say it all: 'all my b-tches eatin' gettin' cake.' It's a song about being the breadwinner and sharing it with your loved ones."

She adds, "There is definitely a lot of turn-up records on there, including 'Nada' with Yachty, which is going to be really dope. [There is gonna be] songs to turn up with your girlfriends to feel fly... Trinity is about embodying female empowerment, being the queen that you are, just knowing that you’re a creator and God made you a creator to your best ability."

She's following up her 2015 debut EP Magnet Bitch with her full-length debut titled Trinity that's slated to land in January, via A-Trak's Fool's Gold Records/RPM MSC. This year, Leaf has also previously released "Money," which was remixed by Pell and her Lil Yachty-assisted single "Nada."

Bump Leaf's "Plate" above.

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