Gia Woods Is Ready to Break Things in Her Fiery New 'Hungry' Video

Gia Woods - HUNGRY
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Gia Woods, "Hungry"

Gia Woods is sick and tired of people giving her opinions that she didn't ask for. So in her new video, she finally gives them the commupance she thinks they deserve.

On Friday (Jan. 31), Woods released her brand-new single "Hungry," an angsty, pop-rock kiss-off to those who would like to tell her what she can and can't do. With fuzzy guitars and a fist-pumping beat, Woods makes it clear that the only opinion she's interested in hearing is her own. "I get a stomachache when I'm seeing you on my phone/ I'm not hungry, bitch, leave me alone," she seethes.

The video for her new song takes the vibe to a whole new level. We see Woods working as a dancer, a pool hall hustler and even as a masked cheerleader, living her life to the best of her ability. But as various men enter the picture and attempt to interfere, the star lets them have a taste of their own medicine. Whether she's breaking a bottle over their heads or beating them with a baseball bat, Woods sends a message loud and clear that she's done talking.

In an exclusive statement to Billboard, Woods says that she wrote "Hungry" for her fans who may feel trapped in a vortex of everyone else's thoughts. "Our generation is constantly fed with so much information, and sometimes it's hard to escape everyone’s opinions," she says. "'HUNGRY' reminds you to believe in yourself and cut the toxic energies that might be influencing you negatively or overstepping their boundaries when you never asked for their opinion."

She also adds that the new track is an early taste of the "bold and decisive energy" that fans can expect from her forthcoming EP, which she wrote "after figuring out what I truly like and don’t like."

Check out Gia Woods' new video for "Hungry" below: 

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