KASH DOLL DROPS BRAT MAIL ON HER BIRTHDAY AS A SPECIAL GIFT TO HER KASH BRATZ [AUDIO]
By Jack Barnes
To celebrate her birthday, Detroit rapper and rising hip-hop starlet Kash Doll drops a new mixtape entitled Brat Mail today. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.
The fan inspired project is a gift to her Kash Bratz for their loyalty over the last couple of years. “Today is not only special because of my birthday but it’s the day my father passed and now the day I release my first project that won’t be taken down,” Kash Doll explains. “Brat Mail is a collection of songs I’ve teased on my socials that my Bratz have been waiting for.”
Each song is an up-tempo ode to female bosses everywhere. From her catchy intro “Dancin,” to the lyrical crossfire of “I Want” [feat. Scrilla], each anthem stands out as another example of why she’s hip-hop’s hottest new talent.
Recently, her breakout single “For Everybody” independently racked up over 10 million YouTube/VEVO views in less than 10 months, while she made headlines by winning the “Issa Wave” Award at the 2018 BET Social Awards. Watch her acceptance speech and a fiery performance of “For Everybody.”
Coming from Motor City, Kash Doll first bubbled up with her single “Run Me My Money.” It went viral and paved the way for the release of her mixtape Keisha vs. Kash Doll which exceeded over 600,000 downloads in the first two days. A child of hip-hop, she immediately became a regional favorite, generating millions of streams and packing shows. She started exploding with “For Everybody” in 2017 and was awarded the BMI Social Star award. She’s definitely proven herself as an artist to watch in 2018.
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