Teyana Taylor's long-awaited K.T.S.E. was truly a project worth waiting for in 2018. Without contest, the best track was "WTP" and the self-directed visual has officially arrived to take it to the next level. As expected, the music video is full of dancing, voguing, pelvis popping, and serving looks. (Happy hump day to us all!)

Lena Waithe and Big Freedia make cameos in the mock documentary and there's even a subtle nod to Fashion Nova in the mix. There's nothing like a ballroom dance-off to end your day on a high note.

Last month, Taylor put out a visual for her Wu-Tang Clan-assisted remix of “Gonna Love Me." Watch her latest masterpiece unfold in all its glory above.

"WTP" was one of our best songs of 2018. Check out our full ranking right here.

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