The White Girl Mob – once consisting of Kreayshawn, V-Nasty and Lil’ Debbie – has seen its share of controversy over the past two years as critics doubted their musical abilities and sales reports have come up slim. This time though we’re seeing a battle of words between members V-Nasty and Kreayshawn which transpired on Twitter during the day on Sunday.
Being backed by some of the hottest players in music and riding coattails can propel an artist’s image but when it comes to recorded music and the live performance, true colors show. After spending the summer in New York, Chippy Nonstop’s back in the Bay to unnecessarily steal the mic at a party near you.
The Bay Area’s pint sized female rapper Kreayshawn has been known for producing her own colorful music videos. Her new song “Go Hard (La La La)” shows her continuing to refine her talents and along with major label pop influences.
Kreayshawn and Grimes team up with fellow SF local Tragik and Vancouver’s Blood Diamonds for super-group L$D and a song and video titled “DON’T SMOKE MY BLUNT BITCH.”
Oakland’s 22 year old YouTube sensation Kreayshawn has teamed up with rising rapper 2 Chainz for a pair of new videos while announcing the August 14 release of her debut full length album Somethin ‘Bout Kreay.
Got the post-holiday blues? Pick yourself up with a brand new Monday Mix. In the week between Christmas and New Years, a lot of bands aren’t touring, but that doesn’t mean that San Francisco’s musical venues have fallen silent!
One of the most hyped, hated and adored new artists of 2011, Bay Area-raised Kreayshawn has been on a non-stop path to success since May when she first performed live at SOM. She returns New Year’s Eve at The Regency Ballroom for her biggest local concert to date.
At the end of May, Kreayshawn and her White Girl Mob performed live in San Francisco for the first time in what was clearly the start of something huge. Less than three months later, the girls have refined their swagger with a coordinated performance and true stage presence.