In the video, Joseline goes back to her hometown, Ponce, Puerto Rico. Although the song about her culture is upbeat, Joseline’s childhood experiences were often trying.
“As a kid growing up in Puerto Rico, I use (sic) to run on glass in the street because my mom couldn’t afford to buy me shoes,” Joseline says in a pre-video message. “I’m glad those days are over.”
As fans of Love & Hip Hop know, Joseline’s difficult childhood led to her working as an exotic dancer in Miami. While she was working, music producer Stevie J came into the club and the two hit it off. They have since been romantically linked and Stevie J was the one responsible for getting Joseline cast on the VH1 show.
So far, Joseline’s video has been viewed more than 25,000 times on YouTube. It has been relatively positively reviewed with 443 “likes” and 142 “dislikes.”