Madison Beer has a gifted voice, but on Tuesday the New York native proved she has an eye-popping figure as well.
The 19-year-old crooner, who was once a protege of Justin Bieber, showed off her curves while walking on the beach in Miami.
The brunette bombshell was likely celebrating the success of her latest music video for the single, Hurts Like Hell, featuring 26-year-old Offset who is married to Cardi B. The clip dropped on November 9.
The YouTube sensation looked slender with toned arms and legs in her little two piece swimsuit.
The ʙικιɴι was a fun one with pink leopard spots over a white background. There was a sweet tie in front and the briefs had slender straps on the sides.
The beauty added hoop earrings, a nameplate necklace and a two Cartier Love bangle bracelets as well as a sports watch.
Black sunglᴀsses looked borrowed from the 1980s and fit her just right. She was seen getting out of the water as she slicked her drenched hair back.
The songbird appeared to have her eyebrows lined in and some soft pink lipstick on as she enjoyed the cool ocean water.
Beer – who began posting videos on YouTube of her singing covers of popular songs in early 2012 which got Bieber to notice her – looked ready for her Sports Illustrated cover.
She was also seen tying her hair up as she headed back into the water.
The singer released the official music video for her revenge anthem. Beer, who is seen ɴuᴅᴇ in several frames, plays a vengeful witch out to wreak havoc.
The video kicks off with Madison, who dons heavy black eyeliner, naked in a bathtub.
She lights candles with a wave of her hand as she turns her attention to an old TV screen, where a man and a woman are embroiled in a fight.
The man hits the woman and Beer grows angry, touching her cheek as if she was the one struck.
‘My baby said he loved me. My baby said he need me,’ she can be heard singing. ‘But then my baby went bad. I guess he had a relapse. Had to sneak, cheat and bring me down.’
The next scene shows the abusive man strapped to a bed as Madison looms in the distance.
Wearing a white wedding veil, the New York native climbs on top of the man—wielding a knife. She suddenly disappears without a trace and the man is free from the wrist restraints.
‘I hope it hurts like hell. You shoulda never let me go,’ she sings. ‘I know I’m messing up your mind. The devil got you good this time.’
The music video ends with Beer being captured by witch hunters and condemned to hell.
The group of torch and pitchfork-wielding commoners, led by the woman-beating man, attempt to burn her at the stake but she magically switches places with her enemy.
‘Drop tears from my eyes. I can’t cry, I’m on fire,’ Offset raps. ‘Cheatin’ night N night. No more flights. You got caught in the hype. Ain’t take my advice. Got the steak, the fork, and the whole knife.’
As the man burns alive, Beer turns to camera, winks and walks away.