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Snow Tha Product Takes The Throne In New Music Video For ‘Queen Of The South’

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“I am the queen, I am what they want.”

Snow Tha Product is moving on up! The L.A.-based artist has gone from rapping about her mom to going off on Donald Trump, to doing her thing on primetime. Snow Tha Product put together some rhymes for “Run That,” an exclusive music video for the of season two premiere of “Queen of the South.” If you’re not familiar with this drama on USA Network, the storyline centers around a powerful Latina that builds her own drug empire (it’s an English-language remake of “La Reina del Sur”). So, clearly, the only woman that could be as equally as badass as Camila — the show’s protagonist — is Snow Tha Product.

Here she is with her crew at the premiere party. She obviously knows how to have a good time.

#queenofthesouth premier was a blastt!!!!!

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READ: If You Grew Up With A Latina Mom, This Song Nails Your Childhood

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Salma Hayek Says She Was So Happy To See Fellow Mexicans At Cannes, She Had No Choice But To Get A Mariachi

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Salma Hayek Says She Was So Happy To See Fellow Mexicans At Cannes, She Had No Choice But To Get A Mariachi

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“Everyone was trying to be Mexican.”

Last month, Salma Hayek attended the 70th anniversary of the Cannes Film Festival in France. After realizing that she was joined on the red carpet by a who’s who of Mexican film — many of them her personal friends — Hayek decided to call a mariachi to liven up the gala they were all attending. Somehow, Hayek arranged for a mariachi to show up, and red-tinted footage of Hayek (along with Guillermo Del Toro, Gael Garcia Bernal, Diego Luna, Alfonso Cuáron and Alejandro González Iñárritu) singing rancheras made its way to social media, which led people to create the hashtage #Mexicannes.

During a recent appearance on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” Hayek explained that she was so overjoyed from seeing her Mexican friends on the red carpet that she told her husband, billionaire Francois Henri Pinault, they needed to get a mariachi, as well as lots of tequila and mezcal, for the party. Host Stephen Colbert asked the question lots of people were probably thinking: “How do you find a mariachi band in Cannes?” Hayek’s response was perfect: “Baby, we’re everywhere.”

After getting into the details of how she rounded up the mariachi, tequila and mezcal, Hayek recounted how hyped the partygoers were when the mariachi showed up — including the non-Mexican guests. “Everybody went crazy, it was a huge success,” said a cheerful Hayek.

WATCH: Salma Hayek, Diego Luna, Gael García And Other Mexican Stars Showed The Cannes Film Festival How To Party

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