Either way, it doesn't stop the track from being a banger.
Having a sales background at Louis Vuitton and being a pivotal member of the sales team at RSVP Gallery in Chicago makes Aleali May a very stylish 20-year-old woman.
Baltimore rapper Tate Kobang previously put 2015 on lockdown with his "Bank Rolls (Remix)" which garnered him critical acclaim and increased mainstream exposure.
Fast forward to March 2017, when Kobang came through to deliver his certified VERY HOTTTT mixtape Now, the twenty-five year old rapper has dropped "Ready," produced by none other than the legendary Swizz Beatz.
This season, it was '90s grunge girls, riot grrls, independent, young, hip, and kind of tough girls. Sofia Coppola—when she and Zoe Cassavetes had that short-lived TV show—Gwen Stefani, Kim Gordon, and Aaliyah. It was through Black Rainbow, the creative agency that's based out of Paris. My family's from Trinidad, but our lineage is a mix of mostly Indian, and my grandfather is African.
Gwen Stefani and Kim Gordon are basically opposites, but it still worked. The food in your house must be insane…But I'm raw vegan.
The student, who has just recently moved to Los Angeles to work at 424 On Fairfax, is sure to bless our Instagram feed with more visuals.
Back in the '90s, video girls sported crop tops, diamonds, and cascades of luscious hair. He ended up being a great mentor, and weirdly enough, like a father figure. People thought I was his daughter or adopted daughter.
While she does spit a few noteworthy bars, her delivery seems inexperienced compared to someone as proficient as Kobangz.
She has been active in the downtown New York City scene for over a decade.
The New York Times wrote about her in a Style section profile.
It's safe to say that Tate Kobang is officially with the smoke.
Insofar as bars, Tate comes correct over the militant drum beat, spitting self-deprecating bars like "I used to pray I get a job to make my mother proud, I said fuck it I got a burner and a bunch of loud." His lyrics and flow bring a consistent level of energy mirrored by the beat, and fans of pure rhyming should be pleased.