Victoria Monét Pays Tribute to Pop Stars in Long-Awaited 'Alright' Music Video — Watch!

In the Dave Meyers-directed visual, the R&B star can be seen paying tribute to Britney Spears, Michael Jackson, Missy Elliott and more with her dance moves

Victoria Monét is more than just "alright" in her new music video.

On Tuesday, June 11, the R&B star, 35, debuted the long-awaited visual for her Kaytranada-produced Jaguar II single "Alright."

Directed by Dave Meyers and choreographed by Sean Bankhead, Monét pays homage to Y2K era pop/R&B moments from Missy Elliott, Janet Jackson, Britney Spears, Hype Williams’s film Belly and more.

<p>Victoria Monet/YouTube</p> Victoria Monét in 'Alright' music video

Victoria Monet/YouTube

Victoria Monét in 'Alright' music video

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At one point in the visual, the three-time Grammy winner can be seen channeling Spears' dance moves with a blonde look in a white tube top and skirt with a thong overlay before switching it up in a “Smooth Criminal”-like pantsuit.

“Alright is about liberation and freedom at its core!" Monét said of the video in a statement. "This video is a visual presentation of that sentiment through freedom of movement and fluidity between masculine and feminine energy."

The "On My Mama" musician praised "the crazy combo" of Meyers and Bankhead.

"EVERY single person who had their hands on this visual was extremely passionate from inception, and we all worked really hard to bring it to life!" Monét said. "They showed up with their A game surpassing what we all imagined. Serious teamwork! We all patiently and meticulously crafted it and are extremely excited to release it into the world!"

She concluded: "There’s no better month to release this visual than pride month, black music month and the beginning of summer 24! I can’t wait to see where dance artists and the ballroom culture take it.”

Following the release of the music video, Bankhead shared his appreciation for Monét on X (formerly known as Twitter).

"I just want to express my deepest gratitude for @VictoriaMonet she has made me feel so special, seen, appreciated, loved, things she has done for me behind the scenes ill speak on in the future. she deserves the world. she's a girls girl. she's a team player. she deserves ALL OF THIS!" he wrote on the platform.

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<p>Victoria Monet/YouTube</p> Victoria Monét in 'Alright' music video

Victoria Monet/YouTube

Victoria Monét in 'Alright' music video

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The "Experience" performer has had a big year. In February, she won three Grammy awards in February for best new artist, best R&B album, and best engineered album, non-classical.

Monét earned seven total Grammy nominations in November 2023, which made her the second-most nominated artist this year.

At the time, she tearfully accept her best new artist award, thanking the Recording Academy voting members and, of course, her mom, adding, “A single mom raising this really bad girl. Thank you so much.”

She went on to direct her message to “everybody who has a dream."

"This award was a 15-year pursuit,” Monét continued. “I moved to LA in 2009. And I like to liken myself to a plant who was planted, and you can look at the music industry as soil, and it can look to be looked at as dirty, or can be looked at as a source of nutrients and water. My roots have been growing underneath ground unseen for so long, and I feel like today I'm sprouting, finally, above ground." 

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