Dinah Jane’s Star Power Is On Full Display In Her Glam “Bottled Up” Video

Mike Nied | November 7, 2018 12:38 pm

Dinah Jane has a serious hit on her hands with her debut single, “Bottled Up.” The Fifth Harmony member took the first step toward solo stardom with the unveiling of the bubbly track earlier this year. On it, she referenced some of 5H’s biggest hits and showcased her own vibrant pop sensibilities. And it is all paying off. Since September, the Ty Dolla $ign and Marc E. Bassy-assisted bop has amassed a cool 7 million streams on Spotify. Now it is bound to get a boost with the release of its glam video. Today (November 7) the 21-year-old hitmaker dropped the heavily teased visual, and it was well worth the wait. In it, her potential is on full display as she executes fierce choreographed routines and serves flirty looks while interacting with her collaborators.

The sizzling video perfectly complements the track, and it should put her on the path to achieving the same success Camila Cabello and Normani have had since going solo. Which is a good thing because more new music is on the way. In an interview with Billboard, the “He Like That” hitmaker revealed she worked on upwards of 60 songs in the studio. We don’t know much about the material just yet, but Dinah described the sonic direction as “urban R&B … meets ’90s to 2000s.” She also opened up about how she felt as she made the transition into her solo career. “It was kind of scary at first,” she admitted. “I feel like people expect a lot from me. I feel like people always had an idea of who ‘Dinah Jane’ was,” she explained.

“Bottled Up” offered a chance for her to show more of herself. She shared some insight into the creative process writing with Bassy. “I just wanted to step into me being a woman as well. Not being afraid to talk about things that actually are real. There [were] no barriers when I wrote this one with him.” Hopefully the video will give the track a boost on the charts. In the meantime, watch Dinah in action below!

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