In case you haven’t heard, there is a new KREAYSHAWN single/video. That is noteworthy on its own merits, but the big news is that LIL DEBBIE IS BACK!!!! A few other notes:
- LIL DEBBIE is an important part of KREAYSHAWN’s entourage. She doesn’t really sing or dance (just sways a little bit in time with the beat), but it is not about what she ‘does.’ She does not have to ‘do’ anything; it is just about how when she is around there is a ‘different creative vibe’. Basically she only needs to ‘be herself’ in order to make a valid artistic statement.
- I am very happy that she is taking both her music and image in a more accessible direction. This is the opposite of what most female artists do. Like how when LADY GAGA came out she had a bunch of catchy songs about dancing/sex and wore outfits that showed off her ass (in b4 butterface), but now all her songs are weird and boring and sound like Elton John and the lyrics are about ‘if you are a misunderstood gay teenager who feels alienated by your family and peers it’s OK because you are not alone.’
- KREAY and LIL DEBBIE have switched roles since ‘Gucci Gucci.’ In that video, DEBBIE was the ‘pretty/cute/hot’ one and KREAY was the ‘edgy/cool’ one, but now it is the opposite. I think that it was very smart of KREAY to grow her hair out because it makes it so you can tell them apart a lot easier.
- I like the cartoon cat in the background because it reminds me of the DROP DEAD mascot. But I am pretty sure the person who painted it was ‘inspired by the legendary street artist KAWS’ or something, not DROP DEAD. That is too bad.