I loathe and love this song. The hook is catchy, the video is cool, and Kreayshawn looks adorable, BUT I really need Kreay to come harder lyrically and with that same flow she had on Gucci Gucci. I don’t expect all artists to make future tracks replicas of their old ones, but with all these other new female rappers in the game, it’s gonna be hard for Kreayshawn to stay afloat, so I believe.
I’m a fan, but not a fanatic. I like Kreayshawn’s personality and creativity, but her music is either meh or dope to me. I just want to see the chick reach her full potential, but then again, maybe rapping just isn’t what she’s meant to do.
I need her to share some of that syrup though, I don’t fancy dry pancakes.
Forgive my Spanish, it needs work, but you gotta give me a hand clap or two for trying!
If you don’t pay attention to what’s happening in hip-hop, then I guess you haven’t noticed that part of 2011 and 2012 have become the year of the female rapper. With a lack of female spitters in the game, this trend, for lack of a better word (too lazy to use a thesaurus right now), is super visible. With the undeniable success of Nicki Minaj, the likes of Kreayshawn, V-Nasty, Iggy Azalea, Azealia Banks, and whoever else I forgot to mention, comes a lady rapper that I’ve takin’ a great fancy to–Snow Tha Product!
Another human recently put me on to her, after they saw her (I think, I wasn’t fully paying attention to this detail) at the SXSW event this year. As I was socializing with this other human, they showed me her music video for Drunk Love, and I had to hear more from her, since I felt Drunk Love couldn’t be the best song she’s made, and I was right.
Bing and Google have become my partners in crime, and with their help, I downloaded a sample of STP’s latest mixtape, Unorthodox. After hearing only the first three tracks, I bought the full version. No regrets! If you’re into hip-hop without the gimmicks with a touch of softness and a lot of fierce lyrics, along with rapid delivery, and a penchant for bilingual goodness, then Snow’s ya girl!
Be on the look out for Snow Tha Product aka Snow White! She’ll be giving those other chicks a run for their dinero if the industry lets her do her thang, trust me on this!
If you’re a hip-hop head and haven’t heard of the White Girl Mob with Kreayshawn, V-Nasty and DJ Lil Debbie then lend me your ear.
The Cali natives are making waves on the West Coast with their dope noise! Bitch you ain’t Barbie/ I see you work at Arby’s is one of my favorite lines besides the hook of “Gucci Gucci”: And we stunting like/ Gucci Gucci, Louis Louis, Fendi Fendi, Prada /Basic bitches wear that shit so I don’t even bother. How can you not respect Kreayshawn’s flow? I’m not saying these chicks are the female rap messiahs, I’m just saying their sound is sick, and it’s worth listening to if you’re into fun lyrics with bitchn’ beats.
Lots of blog comments I read pertaining to Kreayshawn and V-Nasty involve them “acting Black”, which doesn’t help with V-Nasty dropping the N-word in her rhymes like pigeon droppings on statues. I read a few places that she’s biracial, so I guess that means she gets a free pass to use the word? I don’t know, I’m Black and RARELY use that word, so it’s strange hearing anyone say it regularly, even if it’s without ill intent. Anyhow, I wish society would stop trying to label people with “acting Black”, “talking White”, and all the other stereotypical foolishness. Why can’t we all just be who we wanna be without people feeling uncomfortable? As long as they’re not hurting anyone I don’t see the problem. If you don’t like V-Nasty throwing the N-word around then move on, it’s that simple.
WGM got signed to Sony in late May, so congrats to them! I hope they’re able to have a bigger presence in music so that more people are exposed to their style and swag that their always rapping about.