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I don't know about you, but more often than not, I really just want to be in the passenger side of my best friend's ride in L.A. on my way to an In N' Out. While I probably can't make that happen anytime soon, I can live vicariously through Ray Moon in her latest video for "So Sorry."

The Queens, New York-born up-and-comer weaves through through the the City of Angels' streets by day and night with a formidable crew, some strong looks, and most importantly, her unmistakable melodic flow, with bars we won't soon forget like "I'm just boolin' down Melrose with it" and "I fuck a bag up then I boogie."

“'So Sorry'" was more of a mood than an ‘inspiration behind the song,’" Moon tells us over email. "It wasn’t written but created within a hour while vibing in the studio. It was just what I was feeling at the moment. I felt good energy and good vibes...I felt a new beginning coming. "So Sorry" is apologizing for all the bags that I’m about to stop, so sorry aka TSA...I say that in the most humblest way.”

Peep Highsnobiety' exclusive premiere above, and keep tabs on Ray Moon's moves on Instagram. Rumor has it she's working on her debut album with some big names, so stay tuned for that.

For more of our premieres, check out Abby Jasmine and her neon-filled video for "Tags."

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