By Raisa Bruner
August 22, 2016

Parris Goebel, 24, is the dance prodigy best known for choreographing, directing and starring in the viral music video for Justin Bieber’s “Sorry.” You might remember the one: a group of brightly-dressed, sunglasses-wearing young women getting down to the sweet strains of Bieber’s breakout hit from last fall, dripping with swag.

Well, now Goebel — who goes by the stage name Parri$ — is launching her own solo music career, starting with her debut single “Nasty.”

Shot as one continuous take on a farm in New Zealand, Parri$ and her extensive squad of dancers (a co-ed crew this time) let loose to the pared-down track, a percussion-forward single designed to give you a great beat to twerk to. Decked out in neutral-colored furs and sweats (echoes of Yeezy Season 3, anyone?), the look was meant to “feel fresh and raw,” she told The FADER. Rather like the song, which oozes in-your-face attitude.

“I am the flyest thing in town / I am the flyest thing bow down,” she raps on the track, and her confidence is not something you question. Plus, she’s got the stamp of approval of a laundry list of pop music’s female heavyweights, from Nicki Minaj to Janet Jackson to Jennifer Lopez.

Her debut album, Run and Tell Your Friends, is expected to drop Oct. 17.

Write to Raisa Bruner at raisa.bruner@time.com.

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