Neon Hitch has put a smooth R&B twist on Kreayshawn's breakout single, 'Gucci Gucci,' adding to her arsenal of must-hear hip-hop covers.

In the new video, the British singer-songwriter hits the streets of New York to pawn faux designer bags, but it's clear that the London native needs to work on her sales pitch. While no one wants to purchase her knock-offs, she still manages to transform Kreayshawn's polarizing song into a sultry reincarnation along the way.

Neon Hitch first made waves with her cover of Wiz Khalifa's 'On My Level,' followed by an chilled version of Mac Miller's 'Donald Trump.' The colorful singer was signed to Mike Skinner's indie label The Beats Recordings in 2007, and counts the time she opened for 50 Cent at England's Nottingham Arena as her first major show.

Skinner's label shut down five years ago, but Neon has kept herself busy by working with the likes of Mark Ronson, Miike Snow and Deadmau5. She is also credited with co-writing Kesha's hit single, 'Blah Blah Blah.'

Neon is currently fine-tuning her debut album, 'Beg, Borrow and Steal,' which is set to arrive sometime this year. In the meantime, fans can hit the replay button on her re-imagined Kreayshawn track, or check out her first official single, 'Bad Dog,' which was released in July.

Watch Neon Hitch Cover Kreayshawn's 'Gucci Gucci'