A few weekends ago, BP Valenzuela unveiled her new single and music video, ‘bbgirl’, featuring August Wahh (Chocolate Grass) and No Rome, who also directed the video. Released as the first single off her upcoming full-length album, Crydancer , ‘bbgirl’ is remarkably different – arrangement-wise – from the distinctly electronic pop ballads featured in her debut, The Neon Hour, and first EP, be/ep. On ‘bbgirl’, BP Valenzuela refocuses on her own vulnerability by playing to her songwriting strengths and signing up more collaborators to execute a sound that stays true to herself but also celebrates her experiences that helped shape who she is today (Crydancer sounds like her reimagining of (or nod to) what Robyn did with the smashingly endearing Body Talk). And it shows, with ‘bbgirl’s charm and whimsy, which No Rome was able to train his lens on impressively. Moreover, its notable feat in editing gracefully shows the build-up of sweet tension between the leads, fulfilling its purpose rather than exploiting an act for mere shock value. The groovy bassline, which anchors the song all throughout, is BP at her danciest since ‘Pretty Car’ and ‘Building Too’, only with a tad slower tempo. It’s a pretty straightforward track, but incredibly technical. No Rome hops on for closing verse, to, if anything, drive the song home.