Mila J Flaunts Smokin' Hot Body In "Champion" Music Video

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mila j champion video

Mila J Flaunts Smokin' Hot Body In "Champion" Music Video

Jhené Aiko’s sister Mila J keeps on flaunting that hot body of hers and I ain't mad. As Beyoncé wisely said once: “if you got it, flaunt it!”.

L.A-born singer Mila L premiered in the early hours of Tuesday, January 13, the official music video for the B.o.B-assisted “Champion”, one of three collaborative tracks from her debut EP "M.I.L.A” released on iTunes last October.

During the exclusive interview we did with Mila J prior the release of the EP she told us that this was going to be a visual EP as she had shot music videos for all of the 5 songs included. And that she did. Over the last months, the smokin' hot R&B-urban songstress has dropped official videos for "Smoke, Drink, Break-Up”, "Pain In My Heart", "Times like These" and “My Main”. The only one missing was that for “Champion”. Now, in that interview we did Mila J she also told us that “Champion” was a contender to be the next and final single from "M.I.L.A” and it sure looks like it ultimately won the ‘final single’ battle. That’s why the music video for “Champion” is the last one being released. “Champion” is Mila J’s new single, and expect it to be promoted by the Jhené Aiko sister on TV with performances and radio appearances in the coming weeks!

“Champion” was the obvious choice for final single. It’s HOT.org. And the "beat it up like Rocky" line is just one for the books.

“Champion” music video review

Super hot. The dance-heavy MV sees Mila J and her troop of females doing an elaborate choreography while showing plenty of skin. Mila J also gets on her 'man' outfit and becomes a sexy boxer on a box ring in other scenes. Rapper B.o.B also appears in the video hanging out with Mila J at a club’s VIP lounge.

What do you think of the video?

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By on January 13, 2015
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