With her versatile and effortless talent at both singing verses and spitting rhymes (not to mention her work behind the scenes writing and producing), it's easy to call Ester Dean the second coming of Missy Elliott. And, if you need more reasons to compare, look no further than Ester's kinetic new clip for her single "Bam Bam." Painting with the same hyperactive, technicolor palette that Missy became known for, we see Ester in the clip in all her ghetto fabulous glory, rocking a multitude of gold chains and earrings along with her bright red box braids. Throughout the video, we're treated to scenes of the self-proclaimed "hood rich b*tch" seducing a fella as he argues with his girl, serving up a lil' sumthin' sumthin' in the kitchen and even as a living doll (complete with removable head *wink wink, nudge nudge*) chilling on a stoop. The song itself (which, by the way, features some rather salty, NSFW language), is just as fun with a bombastic beat accompanying Ester's not-so-thinly-veiled come ons. After seeing and hearing this one, I'm interested to see what exactly her debut, Story Never Told, will bring when it drops later this year. Until then, grab your headphones and check out the clip for "Bam Bam" below.