The tune appears on the Grammy-winning artist's fourth studio album 'Special' along with 'The Sign', 'Grrrls' and previously-released single 'About Damn Time'.

AceShowbiz - Lizzo has unveiled a music video for "2 Be Loved (Am I Ready)". For the clip, the Grammy-winning artist recreates the scene from her "Truth Hurts" visuals in which she's about to wed herself. However, the femcee bails on her bride.

After leaving the nuptials, the 34-year-old raptress drives away to a dessert. She then meets a handsome man on a motorcycle. Once she leans for a kiss, turns out the guy is just an illusion and she ends up making out with a tree instead.

"Am I ready? (You deserve it now)/ 'Cause I want it (that's what I'm talkin' about)," Lizzo sings in the chorus as she leaves the ceremony. "Am I ready? (You gon' figure it out)/ To be loved, to be loved."

"2 Be Loved (Am I Ready)" appears on Lizzo's latest record, "Special". The female rapper has secured a huge success with the album since it debuted at No.2 with 69,000 equivalent album units earned. It becomes the highest-charting album by a female artist in 2022.

With the project, the "Rumros" hitmaker also scored her first No. 1 on Billboard's Top Album Sales chart dated July 30 as it sold 39,000 copies in the U.S. in the week ending July 21, according to Luminate. Meanwhile, on the U.K. album chart, the album landed at No. 6.

"Special" boasts 12 tracks, including the title track, "The Sign", "Grrrls" and previously-released single, "About Damn Time". Arriving in mid-April, the latter peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart (dated July 30), rising from No. 2.

Lizzo also treated fans to one bonus track called "A Very Special Message from Lizzo". Speaking about the tune, she said via Apple Music, "I really believe that love for oneself and for others is what this world needs to be a better place."

"If you can just take the time to give a little love to yourself every single day, treat yourself with respect, treat yourself the way you deserve to be treated and then treat somebody else with that same love and respect?" Lizzo, whose real name is Melissa Viviane Jefferson, continued. "That expands, that grows. And that can save a life."

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