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Somethin 'Bout Kreay

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September 25, 2012

"I got the swag and it's pumpin' out my ovaries," Kreayshawn noted on 2011's viral smash "Gucci Gucci." The Oakland MC's debut explores her skill at giving hormonally bonkers post-Odd Future shock rap a bratty, ashtray-Madonna spin. Over high-end electro bloop, she brags about pawing strippers and sipping purple with 2 Chainz. And woe be to anyone who does her wrong: "I should key your car, but I'd rather slap your mom/Only a bitch could give birth to such a fuckin' dog," she muses on "Left Ey3," who'd be pleased to see her scorched-earth legacy is in such competent hands.

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