Toronto “Firestarter” Tasha The Amazon Shows Her Demonic Side in the “Helluva Ride” Video

Tasha The Amazon burst onto the Toronto music scene with her brand of hard-hitting warehouse rap, a soundtrack from the renegade bashment parties where she started. Bringing that same energy into her new video, Tasha shares “Helluva Ride.” Produced by Tasha’s frequent production partner Danny Thrax, “Helluva Ride” opens with haunted arpeggios before evolving into a bass-heavy banger, as Tasha revels in her rockstar lifestyle: “My gold tooth is your whole pay slip/Your vacation’s just my day trip/Damn, your face look so vexacious/I don’t give f*cks and you can’t say sh*t.”

Filmed in an abandoned police station, the video finds the German-Jamaican artist channeling the late Keith Flint in The Prodigy’s iconic videos for “Firestarter” and “Breathe,” rocking colored contacts and a devilish hairdo as she stalks the premises like a hunting lioness. Working again with director Colin G. Cooper, who helped Tasha earn her first iHeartRadio Much Music Video Award, Tasha’s latest video for “Helluva Ride” follows the pastoral clip for “Not The Same”, released in October. Both tracks will appear on Black Moon, Tasha’s upcoming album.