TiaCorine Drops BULLY Inspired “Gas Station”

Winston Salem’s TiaCorine dropped the “Gas Station” video this past week, and the record is captivating and on-brand for the young creative.

May 2, 2022 by Vuulm
TiaCorine Gas Station

"Gas Station" is a continued testament to her ever-evolving artistry. Sonically, the track delivers a bouncy trap tempo with elements of pop and punk. She spits melodically, giving clever punch-lines with a smooth cadence, and lets the world know she’s running sh** in every situation. The video is inspired by Bully from the 2006 cult-classic Rockstar-developed video game. Tia is terrorizing the town in a school uniform, lilac mullet, and black AirForce 1’s.

TiaCorine has been up since her track Lotto went viral on Tik-Tok in 2018, “I don’t give a f***, I’ll beat a b**** up.” Since then, she’s received co-signs from SZA, A$AP Rocky, and Rico Nasty. In 2021, she dropped 34Corine and The Saga 34Corine projects repping her hometown Winston-Salem. Gas Station is TiaCorine’s first single of 2022, and we’re excited to see what comes next for the artist.

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