Tiffany Foxx is back with an inventive video supporting of her new Bad Bitch Commandments project. This visual is for a track called "Apocalypse," a song that finds  the Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta star flexing her razor-sharp bars as she makes her way through a misty forest.

With director Des Grey from Foreign Made behind the lens, the St. Louis, Mo. native begins the video by roaming through a misty forest as she spits her fierce verse. Speaking to XXL, Foxx says the video was inspired by her comeback and an iconic Disney villain.

"The inspiration for the video came from me being gone for a minute," Foxx says. "And just feeling like I’m back by myself out here all alone as a lyricist who still writes her own music and feeling bold to let good bars out really gritty! I was mainly inspired by the movie Maleficent!"

"Apocalypse" serves as track No. 1 off her brand new Bad Bitch Commandments project, which dropped on Thanksgiving Eve (Nov. 22). The 11-track effort features her new collaboration with Lil Kim called "Bitches" and her new joint effort with Kash Doll called "X-Bae." With this project in the atmosphere, Foxx hopes to garner more support for her hustle and, of course, hit the road for her next tour.

I hope to get a machine behind me that still believe in real authentic talent that’s not social media made!" Foxx told XXL. "I’m going on a promo tour soon to promote my album I just put out! I have a big record with Lil Kim, Kash Doll, as well as a great body of work and a few records I feel that can be a single on the project!"

Watch Tiffany Foxx's new video for "Apocalypse" below.

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