Not only did the superstar return to her roots with the new single but she also brought back some of her most iconic looks in the new music video to reintroduce her. Throughout the video, Stefani revisited some of her infamous looks from the eras of “Hollaback Girl,” “Rich Girl,” “Wind It Up,” “Don’t Speak,” “Just A Girl” and more. She even sported some of her fashionable hair phases including her blue and pink dyed hair.
Stefani also had The Harajuku Girls make an appearance in the video, who were seen sanitizing her hands to introduce the video. The Harajuku Girls were a big part of Stefani’s early solo career as they were her dancers and biggest inspiration, they were especially noted during the Love. Angel. Music. Baby. and The Sweet Escape days.
“Lеt me re—, let me reintroduce myself / Case you forgot, no, I’m not records on your shelf / I’m still the original-riginal old me, yeah, Original-riginal old me / So let me re—, let me reintroduce myself, yeah,” Stefani sings in the chorus.
Watch the full music video below.
The track finds The Voice coach returning to her “Hollaback Girl” era with its infectious sound that will soon dominate radio across the globe. It is expected to appear on her upcoming, unannounced fifth studio album (via Interscope Records).
“Let Me Reintroduce Myself” is Stefani’s first solo non-holiday release since 2016’s No. 1 album, This Is What The Truth Feels Like, it also marks her first solo single since “Misery.” She has since released a collection of holiday songs as well as collaborations with her fiancé Blake Shelton and Dua Lipa. Stefani’s latest duets with Shelton include “Nobody But You” and “Happy Anywhere,” both of which have gone No. 1 on Country radio.