Mixtapes/Album

Published on March 22nd, 2018 | by Sneakerwire Harris

0

Rap Diva Kash Doll Debuts Brat Mail LP

Kash Doll is all about the “benjamins”.  Dripping in so-called sauce, draped in Versace and Dolce and Gabana, Kash doll is in a lane with elite rappers like Trina and Remy Ma.  The Newcomer and Detroit native released album Brat Mail on her birthday, March 14th.  The LP is a dedication to her success and fan base known as brats.  Kash Doll celebrates in grand fashion as the doll-face rapper illuminates Boss Lady status.  Doll’s movement has not peaked after being cosigned by Detroit emcee Royce Da 5’9 as one of the hottest performers out of the Motor City.  This is the next generation of female rappers. Doll despite similarities to Cardi B, attempts to separate herself from the pack.  Kash Doll has opened for acts such as Drake, and coined a Detroit only collaboration with Big Sean, entitled, “So Good.”  As female rappers fight for Queen of hip hop, Kash Doll’s aggression on  the microphone mandates her fierce sexual presence.  Brat Mail is far from humble, however it solidifies Kash Doll’s boss status, as she vocalizes her rags to riches story.  Her mentality epitomizes Detroit’s essence of authority, as only the strong survive, the destructive street life. On track Rich Talk she rhymes, “Gold Chains, Coogi Sweater, b*%tch I’m Biggie, Don’t pull it out the lot if it ain’t kitted, Talking dinero dollars, pounds, and pesos, b*%tches, So delicious, Chanel in my dishes…”  Listen to the album here.  The project contains nine fresh tracks, and features both Scrilla and Natasha Mosley.

 

 


Tags: , , ,


About the Author

A native of Baltimore, Maryland, J. Sneakerwire Harris is an established Writer and Sneakerhead. As a veteran to the artistry, she respects the daily grind, and attempts to lace readers with a mutual love for Hip Hop. Published in The Online Siccness Blog, Thisis50.com, among other magazines. Sneakerwire brings her raw, uncut writing style to The Hype Magazine audience.


Comments are closed.

Back to Top ↑

Facebook