Coming straight from Chicago at the tender age of 19, Cupcakke has become an internet rap phenomenon. She has been traveling the country performing at sold out shows, going viral for her vulgar captions under her pictures and tweets, has over a million views on Youtube, and created a cult following.
I saw a video of hers called "Ace Hardware" where she spoke about her trials and tribulations as a child and other children and became interested. I quickly learned this female raptress not only rapped about empowering women, but she raps about police brutality, LGBTQ rights, and sex. Lots and lots of sex.
With quotes like "I used my period blood to dye my hair" and "Beat this pussy up like Sharkeisha". She is definitely an acquired taste. She wears bold colors, a different hairstyle every week, and dances to the beat of her own drum. She dares to challenge the stigmas being "ladylike" by being crude, fearless, and hardcore. She speaks to crowds of people who typically keep their naughty thoughts in their head.
Check out her latest project Queen Elizabitch
For one, the song that I’m posting isn’t titled “Love at First Sound”, that’s the artist name which initially caught my eye (I see what you’re doing there). This Chicagoan who now resides in Las Vegas created a Song Written About Girls and shot me an email, soon after I loved it and now we’re here. The single is only a glimpse of his project AUDRA which is due in the next couple of weeks. Looking forward to it too, I like when artist produce and write their own music. I know plenty who do it and adore them from afar.