Updated: Jun 12
BLK, the largest dating app for Black singles, is bringing the heat this Fall with a spicy collaboration between legendary female rapper Trina and rising rap superstar, Saucy Santana. BLK, who recently released an in-app Election Center, has teamed up with the Florida icons to create an audacious new voting anthem, ‘No Voting No Vucking’ to command a new generation of voters to shift the culture and make their voices heard. The new single and video dropped this week (October 4) as part of National Voter Education Week.
Young people are the next generation of voters and represent a major voting bloc in this country. While Gen-Z turnout increased in 2020, BLK and When We All Vote want to ensure youth continue this momentum by bringing even more young people into the voting process. Just in time for the 2022 Midterm Elections, ‘No Voting No Vucking’ aims to motivate young Black citizens to vote, by calling out that exercising your basic civic duty of voting is the biggest turn-on of all.
“I’m honored to use my platform to empower young people because not voting is definitely a red flag in a relationship. Period. ” said Saucy Santana. “Now, more than ever, we have to use our voices to stand up for what we believe in. Voting is sexy. Being informed is sexy.”
The explosive new single opens with Santana’s infectious Southern drawl. Having recently commanded the internet to “walk”, the self-proclaimed material girl opens the track with the line, “He got mad jokes, he don’t seem broke, the only red flag, he say he don’t vote.” His swagger is contagious as he maneuvers through the beat with his memorable signature hooks, before hip-hop icon Trina hops on the track to command attention with the fierce feminine energy she’s been serving for over 20 years. Trina’s clever political puns are bold, yet empowering. With lines like “Don’t stop now, stuff my ballot box again, brought my homegirl through, we’ll put the bi in partisan,” Trina flexes her signature sex appeal and confidence that is sure to get Black singles to the actual ballot box. You can watch the video below.