Lil Kim keeps it straight bossy with her latest offering, “Kimmy Blanco,” which is featured on her upcoming Hardcore 2k13 mixtape. The Queen Bee makes it clear she’s back to reclaim her thrown and calls out the competition with plenty of braggadocios bars. Over a pounding bass and dark synths, Kim shows off some of her more aggressive rhymes and refuses to bite her tongue as she channels her inner Griselda Blanco.
Rapper Angel Haze is back with her fourth release from her #30Gold audio campaign and this time decides to show off her crafty wordplay over Kendrick Lamar’s “Backseat Freestyle” instrumental. With no particular concept in mind, Haze lets loose and spits plenty of braggadocios bars and proclaims herself the best female rapper in the game.
Noisey catches up with Angel Haze out in London for a candid interview to get the female artist’s opinion on a number of topics. Haze says she likes Miley Cyrus and doesn’t see what the big deal is if she enjoys dancing and shaking her derriere. Next, Angel gives her take on Kendrick Lamar’s controversial “Control” verse and speaks on enjoying the responses because it’s a part of Hip Hop. Before calling it a wrap, Angel Haze also touches on Macklemore’s call to sexuality and equality with “Same Love,” Yeezus and Magna Carta Holy Grail, her public perception and much more.