Kreayshawn Discusses Sony Deal, Riding Around With "White In The Trunk"

Exclusive: The East Oakland, California YouTube sensation reveals her past, her many influences, and why her million-views is not an overnight achievement, but years in the making.

Who knows what the future holds for Kreayshawn? Maybe she’s the first earnest embodiment of a rapping Spice Girl, empowering women through her brash individuality and uplifting intentions. Maybe she’s the first female Vanilla Ice, the soon-to-be corporate face of faux-Hip Hop positioned for success strictly because the numbers make sense. Maybe she’s something somewhere in between. Maybe she’s something brand new.

With little more than a YouTube smash, a Sony deal still waiting for the ink to dry and a wide-ranging list of celebrity co-signs, it’s difficult to know what to make of Rap’s latest Internet obsession. The East Oakland representer doesn’t fit into any predefined box because she’s admittedly still tinkering with the foundation of her craft. Regardless of how polarizing rapid pop-notoriety is in Hip Hop, one thing is undeniable even at this early stage: Kreayshawn is an artist. Visually. Sonically. Creatively.

HipHopDX spoke with Kreayshawn about New York’s lack of “pussy-popping,” making Rap music that’s accessible to women, the difference between “White Girl Mob” and “Girl Gang,” and how she’s handling her newfound fame.

HipHopDX: How was your first New York City performance experience? I believe you rocked Highline Ballroom at the end of May.

Kreayshawn: Yeah, I did the Highline with Roxy Cottontail.

DX: How was that? How was the crowd out here to you?

Kreayshawn: It’s different because in New York, even in the club, it’s like, everyone will be rapping the lyrics and rapping their favorite song but you won’t see a bitch pussy-popping on the handstand. Or I haven’t yet. Well, I’ve seen a couple but for the most part, everyone is just vibing out. Everyone was vibing. Everyone was like, “Yo, you killed that shit!” And I’m like, “Are y’all feeling it? I can’t tell! C’mon, pop yo’ coochie!” [Laughs]

DX: New York is a tough town. New York is highly critical about Hip Hop, but more than anything else, New York is too-cool-for-school, anyway. Hip Hop and everything else.

Kreayshawn: This is where it came from, really. So I see why.

Kreayshawn's Musical Style

DX: How would you describe your music? Do you consider it Hip Hop? Or is it something else and you’re rapping over it?

Kreayshawn: I mean, “Gucci Gucci” is definitely a different kind of Rap music because not a lot of Rap music can translate into something that everyone can listen to, you know what I’m saying? I think it has a whole bunch of different elements in it but it is, for the most part, it is Hip Hop. It has rapping in it. I’m not singing or harmonizing. It’s definitely a mix between a whole bunch of stuff.

DX: I think it’s really interesting now with music, holistically speaking. There are a lot of different sounds fusing together and making kind of new sounds. Little Dragon or Ariel Pink, for example. Ariel Pink calls his sound “Retrolicious.” It’s difficult some times to pinpoint exactly what people are doing because there is a lot of creativity happening right now.

Kreayshawn: I think that’s what people are embracing now because I feel like everything started getting formulated. Everything was kind of being made for you to listen to and I feel like, now people are accepting artists and their individuality. That makes a lot of fusion genres because it’s not like, “This is girl is making Pop music and it’s about to be on the radio.” A fusion between different styles is being welcomed because people are tired of being told, “This is what Pop is. This is what Hip Hop is. Listen to this on the radio.” People are breaking out of that because the Internet’s there. You can go on the Internet and find different music now.

DX: You said something I felt was pretty insightful on your Tumblr. “There’s somethings I just want to do for the sake of doing. Like you live for these years. Just to look back on and be bitter about when your older. I wanna be bitter as hell. I wanna make my past the best by doing anything I can now to make it as colorful and exciting as I can.”

Kreayshawn: That’s basically something I’ve been doing since forever -- since I can remember -- is making music and doing videos just for me to have to document and look back on. Sometimes I’ll do something crazy like stand on a table and scream and be like, “Yeah, I was there last week and I stood on a table and screamed.” Making an impression. Once I started putting the music out and videos out, it was something for everyone to look back on and be like, “Oh, shit.” People are going to look back on “Gucci Gucci” in a couple months and be like, “Oh yeah, I remember that video. That shit was crazy. I was showing all my friends that,” you know.

Kreayshawn Explains Her Tattoo

DX: Is that what you mean by [your tattoo] “My Mind Exploded”?

Kreayshawn: “My Mind Exploded” actually came from this song by this singer named Tone. I’ll look for music on YouTube and click random links and there’s this song with her singing “My mind exploded once or twice” and that stood out to me. Your mind can explode from being so excited. It can explode from being so angry. It’s just like, I’m and over-analyzer type of person. Everyday constantly something is making my mind explode and I’m like, “Yo, what the fuck!” and so I had to get that tatted.

DX: How did this Sony deal come about in your opinion? Is this off the strength of “Gucci Gucci” or this more a product of the of combination your videography, one-stop-shop-artist haven you’ve created for yourself?           

Kreayshawn: I think that’s how it is because a lot of people -- you can say 1.8 million people -- are seeing “Gucci Gucci” and seeing me for the first time. For a lot of people, that’s what it seems like or that’s what it looks like because people are going to see to the right of the page and look at all my old videos and old stuff. “Gucci Gucci” of course has caught the attention of everybody but the labels, they look back. They research. That’s one thing I loved about Sony [Records] is because they cover a whole bunch of mediums of things, too. So when they looked back and saw that I had films and videos, [that] I’ve shot videos for myself, stuff like that, that’s what really turned them on. I felt like if “Gucci Gucci” was like a one-time thing, it would’ve just been a viral video. I feel like it’s bigger and more than that just because I’m a one-stop artist person. They saw that I already had a vision. They didn’t have to make a vision for me. It wasn’t just like, “Oh yeah, this chick’s cute in the video. Let’s sign her and have her do this and have her do that.” They signed me and were like, “We want you to do everything you’ve already been doing from day 1.”

DX: Does that feel empowering? I know you have all kinds of friends and family -- your mom was in [punk band] The Trashwomen -- advising you on how treacherous the entertainment industry, the music industry can be.

Kreayshawn: Oh yeah, [my mom’s] been hitting my phone up all the time, trying to give me advice. I was like, “Man, mom, this is like 20 years later. Shit’s different!”

DX: Really? That’s interesting. So you’re forming your own path away from your mom’s advice.

Kreayshawn: Her thing was a whole different type. That was 20 years ago with underground Punk music. It’s way different from a video going on YouTube. If she was this age [today] and she did an all-girl Punk band, I could imagine it being even bigger than this.

DX: On the Hip Hop tip, people are always decrying or dealing with “haters.” There’s always a bunch of people who will challenge you and test you because Hip Hop has always been hyper-competitive.

Kreayshawn: That’s like the main thing of Rap. Things should just be normal, you know?

Kreayshawn Speaks About Her Street Background

DX: Have you thought about that? When Lil’ Kim or some new hungry rapper somewhere comes out and feels your the next one to target, similarly to what happened with Nicki Minaj for whatever reason or how Odd Future came out throwing darts at certain industry acts -- are you prepared for something like that on a lyrical level? Because that’s where these things are hashed out most times anyway.

Kreayshawn: I mean, shit, I’ll kill it. I’m not tripping. The whole thing with me is I’m saying every girl rapper is their own movement and I respect it because every woman is. It’s hard because in Hip Hop, they will place women against each other. They will say stuff and it’s different because when a man sees a man, it’ll be like, “Yo, what’s up, homie?” But with girls it’s competition already. You’ll look at a girl down the street and be like, “Oh yeah, that’s competition.” For me, I’ve never been like that. I’m super chill. I respect everybody. I’m not coming after anybody. And anyone that wants to come after me, come after my neck, then that’s what it is. They can do that. I’m just trying to keep all the females together. I don’t want to be put against anyone or anything like that. I said one little thing about Nicki [Minaj] that wasn’t even a diss at all. I love Nicki and what she does but all her fans went crazy on me and I’m like, “Yo, what the fuck? Y’all are turning it into some bigger shit that it never was!” It’s crazy.

DX: That happened to you a couple days ago when you [posted] a Mobb Deep quote on Twitter and put the #WU hashtag on it.

Kreayshawn: Yeah. That was hella funny because that was some stupid ass shit like, c’mon. Y’all tripping.

DX: I think all of that is part of how treacherous this industry can be. Especially with Hip Hop. Especially when an artist gains such a high profile rather quickly.

Kreayshawn: Yeah, it’s like, I didn’t come out with this video expecting this to happen. But I’m hella excited that all this is happening but it’s just like, shit you’ve gotta give me a break, too. The past few weeks have been like something I’ve never seen before and something that I never even expected to happen right away. Especially this quick. I can’t even like tweet the same things I used to tweet and stuff like that because everyone is going crazy.

DX: That’s real. You’re 100% right about that. I was reading an interview you did with and you were talking about when Snoop Dogg invited you over to his house and you said what he said to you was that your music is the type of music that can bridge women and females to Hip Hop. It’s a different kind of voice.

Kreayshawn: Yeah.

DX: When I hear “Gucci Gucci” and the hook is literally “Basic bitches wear that shit so I don’t even bother” which is like the empowering women, Spice-Girl-of-rap kind of thing happening.

Kreayshawn: Yeah. I love it. Yeah.

DX: It’s insightful but at the same you’ll bridge it with lines like, “I’m flossing like Ivana my hand on the pump if you want to press your luck.” There’s not many voices that are able to capture both aspects at the same time. Was that something you tried to do or is this naturally...

Kreayshawn: I mean, shit, that’s how I live, you know? I’m from Oakland. I grew up a white girl in Oakland and there’s people tweeting like, “Fuck Kreayshawn. She might rap but she ain’t from the hood!” And it’s just like, bitch are you serious? Come to my neighborhood. People just want to make stuff up because they don’t want to hear it. They don’t want to believe it. They just want to be like, “Oh, this is some stupid ass shit. Fuck it, whatever.” Shit, I’ve been doing this shit for hella long. This is where I’m from. This is how I act. This is how I talk. I’m not over here trying to fake like I’m anything. I’m not running around in every interview like, “Yo, I’m really from the ghetto, though,” because I don’t care. You can read it off me and it’s genuine. When people meet me they can tell. I wasn’t born in no corn-fed house with a mom and dad and my family and shit like that. That wasn’t it.

DX: What’s your rap sheet look like? You’re like “See me at your college campus. / Baggie full of Aderol. / Call me if you need a fix. / Call me if you need a boost.”

Kreayshawn: Man, to tell you the truth, back when I was under 18, young Kreayshawn got caught with sticky fingers a lot of times. But shit, now that young Kreayshawn is older, young Kreayshawn don’t get caught at all. Sometimes I’ll look back like, I used to have a pink Mustang 5.0, ’92, so I was just like riding around in a pink Mustang in east Oakland doing hella shit. I guess the police were looking at me like, “Shit, if she got a pink car driving around like that, she must have a license. She must have insurance.” But little did they know the trunk was full of white and I’m over here smashing around like it’s nobody’s business.

DX: Have you spoken to your father since things started blowing up for you? I know he wasn’t present in your life.

Kreayshawn: No. Me and him don’t even have a relationship. I don’t have his phone number. I don’t know where he lives. That’s just like some other shit.

DX: Is that type of personal content that shows another side of you going to be prevalent on your album that’s coming out? Is that a large part of it?

Kreayshawn: Like, deep down, the trials of my life and stuff like that?

DX: Well, for example, with Odd Future, a lot of people view them as just being really left and really angry. But they’ve found ways to infuse their own personal struggles into their music and rather than sounding sad about it -- like Drake, I guess -- they’re raging about it. And you probably get that all the time, especially being from Oakland, the west coast while the Odd Future movement; while Lil B is doing stuff. There’s a lot of alternative expressions of Hip Hop happening and most of those are based on their own personal experiences. Is that going to be the same for you?

Kreayshawn: I feel like the way I grew up, like sometimes it makes me mad but then again it’s made me who I am. I’m never angry. I’m never overly sad about it. Shit, I like the way I grew up. That’s me. I’m definitely going to let people know and shit, if I’m sad I’ll make a fucking sad song. I’ll make all kinds of music for whatever mood I’m in. That’s what I’ve been doing. When I made “Gucci Gucci,” I was just in the mode like, “Fuck these basic-ass bitches.” Living in [Los Angeles], you see that shit all the fucking time. You’ll see a girl walk through with all this stuff and it’s not even just about not wearing Gucci and not wearing [Louis Vuitton]. It’s just about the attitude that I don’t like. That basic bitch attitude. Fuck that. The album that I’m going to put out is going to have all types of different shit for sure.                

DX: What’s the title?

Kreayshawn: Shit, I don’t even know yet. I had a title and now that everything is so different we’re definitely changing the title.

DX: What was the old title?

Kreayshawn: I don’t know. I’m not going to say it because that’s the last thing I want everyone to talk about: the old title to the album that’s going to come out. That’s stupid. [Laughs]

DX: What’s the difference between “White Girl Mob” and “Girl Gang”?

Kreayshawn: The “White Girl Mob” thing, everyone was loving that shit but then at the same time it’s just like...I don’t know. Everyone loves it. It’s a perfect name but I wanted to make something for everybody because there are people who hit me up everyday and they’re like, “Can I be in White Girl Mob? I’m Indian. I’m Pacific Asian. I’m Black. Can I be in White Girl Mob?” I don’t want people to feel like you can’t be in it. It’s for everyone. I want to tell everyone like, “Yo, everyone can be in it.” But then I can’t personally go to every single person and be like, “Here’s your invitation.” So I made “Girl Gang” for just something for everyone to say right away. Like, “Girl Gang.” Plus I like “Girl Gang” more and “White Girl Mob” is kind of just like the name of the group of me and V Nasty and Lil Debbie and like, it almost got turned into something crazy and huge. But “Girl Gang” is definitely the movement that I want to push. “White Girl Mob” is like the group of all three of us and Kreayshawn is just me.

DX: You have an awesome name, I do want to tell you that. As soon you hear that name, you want to Google it and check it out. It sounds like an artist.

Kreayshawn: Thanks. If you can spell it right. Some people can’t spell it right.  

DX: That’s true. You can’t go phonetic on that one. You have to know what you’re looking for.

Kreayshawn: [Laughs]

DX: You listen to a wide ranging type of music. You’ve talked about Kool Keith and Missy Elliot and different types of music you liked at an early age. With your music, what do you want to be most known for? Is there something that you want people to think about you?

Kreayshawn: Man, I just want people to listen to it in every situation. I love that one song like “Gucci Gucci” can make sense from a little 15-year old girl in Minnesota to like, you know, Snoop Dogg. It all makes sense to everybody. Of course there are some people who really don’t fucking get it. I’m not fucking worried about them right now. But I just want everyone to keep listening and I’m going to keep making different songs with different genre inspirations; different artist inspirations. Like, crazy [collaborations]. I’m just going to be doing everything and that’s just for everyone to listen to.

DX: I really appreciate you taking the time to talk to us. I was very interested in this conversation because I think that we’re all so quick to put things in a box by reflex. And based on what box we think that goes in, we’re also quick to generalize it, stereotype it. I think you’re one of those people. I think people are going to run out and deride you and talk a lot of junk and there’s another segment that will immediately identify with you and both is because they don’t know which box to put you in. I was looking forward to this because I wanted to get a better grasp on who you are as a person. With all of the things you do creatively -- films, music -- do you have a favorite? Is there one that is more natural?

Kreayshawn: Yeah, you’re right. I think doing film and music was just something I was doing to document everything and just have something for myself so it was always something I’ve been doing hand in hand right next to each other. But with my music, I grew up with my mom recording music. So like, recording music was just something that I naturally did and was just doing. But I went to film school and moved to [Los Angeles] like, “Yo, I’m going to do some filming.” But then my manager, before he was my manager, I was doing videos for one of his artists and he ended up hearing some of my songs and he was like, “Yo, you should just take this serious.” And sitting in the studio and stuff like that, I was like, “Wow, I can really make a difference with my music.” It’s even better that I have a whole film background because I know what I’m talking about. The shit that I shoot, that’s where I live. Those are my partners, you feel me? Those are the videos I did for free. I think it’s important that both of them are together because I think one without the other wouldn’t have made that much sense. I’m happy that everything is together because I don’t want to be known as just a rapper and I don’t want to be known as just a filmer. That’s why the name, Kreayshawn is like “creation.” It’s like, “always creating.” I want to be known as “the creator creating,” but not like “Tyler The Creator.” [Laughs]

I just want people to know that I have a lot of stuff coming out and shit, I’ve been working on this shit before all this happened. We didn’t pull “Gucci Gucci” out of nowhere and shit, I signed a deal. It was nothing like that. There’s hella work. There’s history behind this shit. It ain’t no fake hood bitch talking stupid-ass-shit, you know. This is all real. It’s all good, man.    

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  • a$$hole

    yeah I would love to bump into this bitch when her trunk full of white... would be an easy tax... bigger faker than vanilla ice....

  • erica

    @LILWAYNEKILLAH2012 wow man someone should kill you. youre the most hostile & ignorant person on the planet bud. people like you make the earth a horrible place. kreayshawn is just doing her thing, she doesnt need your nasty ass remarks or approval for that matter. get a fucking life man. why you readin dis shit anyway? eat a fucking dick up until you choke and die asshole

  • Anonymous

    Just a stupid white bitch who won't relevent in a month, it's justy a gimmick. The stupidest person I've ever seen in my life.

  • Sharkskin

    Wow. Who in their right mind spend the time to transcribe all of this bullshit. Fucking industry trends man, I can't wait until this shit dies down. Real music is timeless. Remember that. Now let's wait until her sex video comes out.

  • c true

    This is the worst new shitee out of the bay please bring back the real music - Where is E Forty when you need him- I bang Too Short in the east.. this is Re- you can finish..1

  • TRE'


  • jack

    call me sexist, but i can't stand when chicks talk like dudes. i got halfway through reading this interview and i felt my brain cells committing suicide.

  • Anonymous

    Hip Hop just died this morning and shes dead, dead.

  • TheAmperage

    na, she got talent. girl got me trippin like wen im takin a xanax.

  • Its Um

    song "gucci gucci" is funny, yeah average, but come on how many women in urban music today that still doing music has a above average lyrical skills, I for one don't see lil kim or Nicki doing any better, they are there because they are raunchy, erotic, and has character that's not like every body else. Like it or not but radio and her fans will make her a star, especially her co-signing hip hop heads.

  • Oh well

    Really terrible! But it'll sell..


    she is going to sell 4 million like eminem because she is white and can rap.

  • Kashif Ilyas

    Lyrically she's average, but on the whole she is pretty good. She can make good songs and there are some ideas behind the music.

    • Anonymous

      "Lyrically she's crap, but on the whole she is pretty horrible. She can make terrible songs and there are some idiotic ideas behind the music." *Fixed*


    lyrically this one song.... this chic kreay goes harder than anything i have heard from nicki minaj.. sorry..rotflmaoo dont mean to compare but im callin it how i see it

  • shell

    i think kreayshawn is an orginial chic and she is different.... i like her style and i think she will go far..!!! on another note hiphop DX why the hell would yall even infer that lil kim would go after her. WTF was that about.... do u not remember how the lil kim and nicki minaj beef started! now that was some sloppy ass journalism/reporting/ interviewing come on now. get yall shit together.

  • Clubber Lang

    This ugly bitch looks like eminem with a wig



  • Hannya

    Sorry haters but this song goes hard!! Love the beat and this girl can flow.

  • digits

    the thing i never get.. if you don't like it, go listen to something else. i get expressing an opinion on something you're passionate about, but then it's probably a better way to express that passion than through ignorance and hatefulness. if it ain't for you, then don't listen. shit ain't that hard..



    • Anonymous

      it is when this shit is being played on the radio in open environments or kids play them out loud on their phones, so don't give me that foolishness.


    Yall a bunch of elitist faggots fuck ylall she hot n id ratber buy her album than retarded imacallobamaterroristcuzineedsales lupe fiasco PLLUS SHES BAD AS FUCK FUCK YALL HOMOES KREAYSHAWN I WANNA MARRRRRRRYYYY YOUUU OR AT LEAST DATE YAAAAAA MAN IM IN LOVEEE

  • truth

    She's gonna be BIG cause she's DIFFERENT. I dont rock with her, but Lil B is making it right now cause he's DIFFERENT.





  • WHAT THE PHUK??!?!

    This white bitch is garbage, without even listening you should know that since she's down wit Lil B. She obviously got signed cause she's a white ho. The Bay had a good legacy but these bitches is messin that up (Lil B included). At least OFWGKTAWTFBRBBBQLOL can actually rap decent lyrics. Nicki went at the wrong one this bitch is a parody and a tragedy. But you know that's what the label suits want with this one, some white scene bitches pickin up this CD. Labels would be scarred to sign some kids called Blac Man Mob and then tell em to just do them. This is a sad day for hip hop. I read the article and she says she wants things to just be normal. Unfortunately for you these comments crititicizing you is what's normal. Bitch go form a punk band and leave the rappin to the real ones. You're hella corny that's all brothas only said shot to build your confidence because they didn't think you was serious and because you can suck d***k good.

    • Anonymous

      Just cause Lil Bs touring wit some cats don't mean anybodys gotta support his faggetry. Plus to my knowledge those other rappers ain't bay area artists. This bitch is wack also. So wack. Only white she had in the trunk was her own stash or maybe her makeup.

    • Max Mickiefickie

      "OFWGKTAWTFBRBBBQLOL"= funniest line of 2011!

    • truth

      Lil B is touring with diddy, wayne, jay electronica, lupe... If HE can make it, anybody can. But for real she's some serious marketing bitch. I don't listen to that shit but I respect the grind.

  • RT

    Yooo.. dis bicth is dat smooth coco butter, ya feel me? she got those butter fly thighs, ya feel me? i wanna fist her ass elbow deep and jizz all over that face a hers, ya feel me?

  • Killah

    Disney channel inspired movement/garbage. Please go back inside young whatever-yourname-is and leave the music to the big kids.

  • WTF

    Since when did the hipsters take over rap ppl?!?!

  • Puppet Master

    It behooves us bruvas to scoop up one of these like Dr. Dre, Akon, who ever is behind her production and get paid out the wyzoo. talent don't matter but they have to be coach-able.

  • Louie

    Her music doesnt affect me in one way, i'll still listen to what I listen to. But the Immortal Technique and Lupe Fiasco fans will cry "she sucks, she cant rap, its garbage" Go listen to your anti-america rap or your japanese cartoon hip-hop. Elitist fucks. Muthafuckers think theyre some Hip-Hop chairmen or board members. Go support a rapper who has all the talent in the world but is only recognized by his mother and u.

    • Anonymous

      @Lou: Your far off what I like. Again bullshit assumptions like that are what has people take to this racist bitch. I listen to alot of Golden Age Hip-Hop. Very far off from Lupe, Immortal and underground. The fact that you made the assumption I listen to underground on the basis of me not liking garbage is pure ignorance. You notice I never even mentioned calling you a Waka fanboy. In the Golden Age alot of great musicians were getting the radio play they deserved. Alot of what they came out with wouldnt have been considered classic If It wasnt being played on radio. Nowdays everything that isnt on radio has to be underground? GTFO. Garbage is garbage. If I hear garbage in any form It is garbage. You are a real dumbass for thinking there two spectrums in Hip Hop. I really do hope you re-read some of the dumb shit your sprouting. P.S. Demographics are most likely to show skinny jean wearing pricks like you are the ones listening to this mess(Assumption).

    • Louie

      ^^^^ Another angry Lupe Fiasco or Immortal Technique fan, what a fucking surprise. All of these "I'm better than you because I listen to underground hip hop" pricks need to simmer down. There are 2 ends of the hip hop fan spectrum. On one end U have all those dumb fucks who like Lil B, this white chick, wacka flacka and all that other mindless babble. On the other side you have all these "holier than thou" dudes who hate anything and everything that isn't super lyrical or political. Both of those type of fans are douchebags. As for me I just like making fun of morons in purple skinny jeans and agitating overly sensitive hip hop fans who think that if they leave enough comments on the bottom of websites they'll actually change the landscape of hip hop on the radio.

    • Anonymous

      @Louie: You're a first class idiot. Did you even read that over before you spewed that bullshit out. Its people like you that make this trash attractive to major labels.

    • aaaaaaah

      your comment. idiocy personified

    • Anonymous

      I will start my complaining if she succeeds in sucking the life force out of hip hop, until then Booyaa!!!!

  • wow

    Lol @ these Black Market Militia fans.

  • Anonymous

    no way she had a trunk full of white, she definitely likes to exaggerate how hood she is, like talking about almost robbing young berg

  • Anonymous

    Anybody thats down with lil b shouldnt be allowed within 2 miles of any microphone.

  • Killalex

    Fuck this shit, white girl acting tough and saying nigga in her songs, and the music is fucking horrible, like a female Lil B. DX should be ashamed for promoting this garbage.

  • Anonymous

    This is absolutely disgusting. The company man is a bitch ass aswell. People on youtube constantly shout Oh If you dont like It dont watch It, dont comment!" Fine then. I come on to here to get my info on HIP HOP and the editors let this bullshit on here. Well Fuck the lot of you. Kreayshawn is garbage, a bigot and an attention seeker. I dont give two shits If she says she makes hip hop or not, just get her bull out of here.

  • TrashMonkeys

    ^^^ Fuck you both. Who are you to judge what hip-hop is or isnt?!

    • Anonymous

      @ the 2nd guy it is NOT hip hop when paris hilton gets on the mic and starts rapping. it is NOT hip hop when kreayshawn gets on the mic and spits that hot garbage, and on top of that, have u seen ur sister v-nasty freestyle?? omg she is so horrible its not even funny. She makes kreayshawn look like mc lyte, MC fucking LYTE! U know u suck when u make a wack artist (wannabe artist in this case) look good smh

    • Anonymous

      So u actually believe this bitch is legit!? u support this bullshit she's putting out?? WOW, if thats the case then u deserved to be clowned on lol

  • Anonymous

    this is not hip hop. this should not be on this site, this should be on the local community site for daily trash pick up.

  • Anonymous

    what is her purpose. hip hop should be ashamed to even be affiliated with this "musical" monstrosity.

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