When Young M.A emerged with the "Brooklyn (Chiraq Freestyle)" last year, she stirred up controversy as a result of Dr. Boyce Watkins' criticism and earned over 3 million views on YouTube. Since then, she's been doing her thing performing around the country and putting people on to her recently released mixtape, SleepWalkin.

"Regular," a track off the effort, finds the Brooklyn MC detailing what is common practice in her life. "M.A. never slip, deuce deuce on my hip / Gotta put a nigga out like he ain't pay the rent / I will never love a ho, I will forever be a pimp / I don’t want to hear you talk, I just wanna feel your lips," she rhymes over the the iJam Beats-produced track.

"The song is an idea of regular shit we do every day," the 23-year-old tells XXL. "It's no big meaning behind it. It's just everyday life."

Now Young M.A comes with the visual for "Regular," premiering exclusively on XXL. Directed by Guy Blelloch, the rhymer is looking to get involved for the night. At the urging of a friend, she throws a raging party in a hotel room -- Instagram comes through in the clutch.

Next up, Young M.A is prepping the visuals for three more tracks off SleepWalkin: "Karma Krys," Through the Day" and "HennyNHoes."

Watch Young M.A get lit with her Red Lyfe squad above.

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