After dropping her Die Every Day project last year, Tasha the Amazon returns with a new music video for the title track.

Unlike her previous videos, Tasha is the sole star of the "Die Every Day" video as she stands in a dark room, rapping over a haunting sample. The Colin G. Cooper-directed visuals then change as the Toronto rapper's face transforms into orange glitter.

In April, XXL caught up with Tasha, who discussed her upbringing and her goals in hip-hop. According to the Toronto rapper, she grew listening to an eclectic mix of hip-hop including OutKast, the Fugees, DMX and "a lot of New York hip-hop stuff." She added, "But I also listened to a lot of punk, and a lot of like...I don't know. Anything that had a lot of energy, so kind of all over the board. I wasn't really bound to genres much."

As for her goals, the rapper would like to do something that's never been done before. "Like to push it in some... like you know, I think there's a lot of people that look at someone else's come-up and they're like, 'Yeah, I want to do that.' Or all they want to do is make a ton of money and you know—there's like a lot of those stories. You know, obviously, everybody wants to make money and buy your parents out the hood and stuff like that."

Check out the "Die Every Day" video below.

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