Grammy Winning Artist EVE Releases Video for New Single "Make it Out This Town" featuring Gabe Saporta of Cobra Starship via VEVO Today!

Hip-hop luminary, EVE released the video for her new single “Make It Out This Town,” featuring Cobra Starship frontman Gabe Saporta TODAY via VEVO. PRESS HERE to watch the video, directed by Robby Starbuck (Smashing Pumpkins, Metric, The Sounds), which features storylines of perseverance combined with a performance from EVE and Saporta. EVE, who serves as a celebrity ambassador alongside Jamie Foxx for Big Brothers Big Sisters, connects the inspirational anthem of beating the odds to the program’s effectiveness in helping children who face adversity.

“The song is dedicated to them,” states EVE. PRESS HERE to purchase the digital track now!

Earlier this week, the Grammy Winning artist revealed her album cover artwork for her much anticipated new album, LIP LOCK, due out May 14 on Billboard.com. "I'm not trying to relive any moments of my life,” she revealed to the magazine about making the new music. “I'm in a new place in my life. I'm almost a new artist. It's a fun record." PRESS HERE to read the full article.

“Make It Out This Town” is the official single released from EVE’s long-awaited, album. The video for the first song from the body of new work, “She Bad Bad,” garnered over one million views less than a week after its release.

“2013 is a year you will see more sides of me than ever before, this is just the start!” EVE says. “And I have a lot in store for you all on LIP LOCK to make you think, dance, and smile.”

With album sales totaling nearly 10 million, Eve is a genuine star in the worlds of music, fashion and film. Recognized as one of hip hop’s most celebrated female MCs, she has received accolades as diverse as her career, ranging from a GRAMMY Award, to an NAACP Image Award, MTV Video Music Award and a BET Award, as well as multiple nominations from across the industry for her work. As the only female in the Ruff Ryders crew that consisted of rappers DMX, The Lox and Drag-on, Eve stood out as the sexy, no-nonsense street savvy, ride-or-die chick that could hold her own amongst the boys. Anchored by chart-topping singles like the vivacious “Gotta Man” and the anti-domestic abuse classic “Love Is Blind” Eve’s 1999 debut album Let There Be Eve…Ruff Ryder’s First Lady was a double platinum success. Her 2001 sophomore release Scorpion went platinum, while garnering her crossover appeal with the Grammy Award winning mega-hit “Let Me Blow Ya Mind,” featuring Gwen Stefani.