Leah Kate Holds Nothing Back on "F U Anthem" Visual [Premiere]

We all have those certain exes we would love to just give a big middle finger to or wipe from our memory. Leah Kate's "F U Anthem" is the ideal tune for moving on. All about not taking crap from anyone, she sings of getting back at an ex that screwed her over. Her assertive vocals soaring over vibrant, hard-hitting beats make this in-your-face track a must-listen. And now we are more than excited to premiere the music video for this bold offering that is as enthralling as the song itself.

The visuals drip with fierce defiance. From driving in the car with her hands in the air to flipping off the camera, you instantly feel an infectious sense of reckless abandonment drift over you. The red and orange lighting seen throughout the video adds to that feel of heated passion.

Kate has seen much success in her career with her tracks like "Veronica" and her viral breakout hit “Fuck Up The Friendship.” Her raw and honest lyrics make her releases so vulnerable yet her unshakable confidence is so intoxicating. This new song and video possess that same charismatic self-assurance. As fans continue to fall in love with her music for its unique blend of old-school '90s feel and modern-day pop aesthetics, Kate proves time and time again to be an artist to watch.  

Watch the  "F U Anthem" video below:

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