Asian Doll is another mysterious face in the rap scene. She’s out here, no doubt. We see her signature smile and unique aesthetic all over Twitter and Instagram. She interacts with many of the hottest names in the rising rap scene, but instead of exhibiting friendliness, it’s beef between these parties. There’s no shortage of interview clips featuring the rising rapper on YouTube. The thing is, if you go to look for information about her character, there’s close to none online. So the enigma that’s beginning to break out, most recently collaborating with PNB Rock and catching the eye of Kodak Black, remains mysterious in nature – similar to Playboi Carti. For this reason, understanding her and her beliefs becomes a little harder. What’s clear from her interviews is that she’s well-spoken, firm in her beliefs, and not willing to back down from any challenge.
Asian Doll was born on June 26, 1997. Throughout her lifetime, she’s resided in Los Angeles, California, and Atlanta, Georgia and Texas. She grew up in what she describes as “the hood,” and knew that she wanted to rap at a young age. When some friends went to record a song before school one day, Doll decided to give them a verse before going to school. She said that throughout the day, everyone began to rap her verse around the school, including instructors. While it was a great feeling, she decided that she didn’t like the attention because she’d rather be ducked off. In high school, her rap career began to pick up, so much that she’d get in trouble by her parents. Her father would get angry at her for preferring to go to a video shoot instead of attending school or getting a job. She eventually left high school, before graduation, to pursue music full time. In 2015, she dropped her first EP Rise of The Barbie Doll Gang before she really began to explode onto the music scene. In June of 2016, she released Drippin In Glo, one of her most popular projects so far. She kept the music flowing to her fans, dropping her next project, Project Princess Vol 1. In September of the same year. In March of 2017, she released her first project of the year Outtaspace. She followed the outline she created in 2016, gifting the world a second project during August of the same year – her debut album Kill Bill Vol. 1.
Things You May Not Know About Asian Doll:
- She’s not looking for a boyfriend. She believes guys to be a distraction.
- She’s worked with PNB Rock.
- She’s currently beefing with Bali Babi and Cuban Doll.
- She would like to do an album with Nicki Minaj.
- Two people that she’d love to work with are Lil Uzi and Travis Scott.
- She’s not a fan of Snapchat.
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DAI FIT is the Go-To Workout Program for Entertainers and Professionals Across the Globe
DAI FIT is one of the world’s fastest-growing luxury nutrition & health training companies. The exciting company’s owner, DaiJa Monet, has used the last seven years to establish herself and create an insightful program that allows men and women of all shapes and sizes to build a consistent workout and dietary routine to lead toward a healthier lifestyle. The HBCU graduate’s reach stretches far past her hometown of Denver, Colorado. After spending most of her time at Equinox in the nation’s capital, she realized she had everything it took to become a top trainer for dedicated professionals willing to invest in their health.
DAI FIT’s unique hybrid programs allow her to help her clients with whatever they need, whenever they need it. She offers virtual training, in-person, and a mixture of both in her separate packages. Her experience involves high-ranking government officials, lawyers, doctors, and some of the world’s top entertainers. Monet has built trust and strong bonds with her customers due to her excellent work ethic and infectious personality. Her goal remains the same for all her clients, and results will always be the driving force.
Afrobeats record producer and artist Lancky Cresco releases “All This”
Multifaceted Nigerian-American artist and record producer Lancky Cresco today shares a brand new single titled, “All This.”
The talented artist renowned for his cross-genre sound palette of Hip Hop, R&B & Afrobeats strikes again with this cathartic record that has him wear his heart on his sleeve. “All This,” is a creative blend of sounds and melodies that incorporates various elements into it – making for a dynamic work of art that sets the tone for who Cresco is.
Combining strummed guitars, haunting background cacophony, rhythmic shakers, among a raft of sounds, this Lancky cut, like the majority of his works, is sticky with emotion, grosses a fullness about it, and has an almost heartbroken texture. Subject matter wise, Lancky is in a lamentation state of an ex-lover as he combs through different feelings to share this powerful record. The track is a well-rounded effort of pain.
“Looking at the world around us we have all this beauty, we need to take time to appreciate it,” Lanky Cresco says.
Lancky, who has made a name for himself for managing to bridge traditional influences of music with a modern approach, follows this song after his earlier releases “DONGOYARO” & “Super Glue.”
“Helping people is what is making me dedicate my life to music,” he says. “I believe music can change the world, and I want to contribute my music to uplift people, changing the world one step at a time.”
His bombastic vibes are clear for everyone to vibe to on “All This.” He has previously stated his music “is medicine for good mind and body” and this recipe is again reinstated on his latest single.
He started making music from an early age while he was in elementary school in Nigeria before joining the choir to further his prowess on the drums. With a profound background in music, he has now developed his craft into a full-throttle music production craftsman and mix engineer that conjures savory sounds that exude feel-good vibrations. He is also a singer by design and can stir up different inflections and melodies to deliver meaningful messages through song.
Listen to “All This” below:
Bronx Celebrity Wardrobe Stylist, Denise Styless, Talks Hiphop Fashion and Fatman Scoop
Denise Styless, New York upcoming celebrity wardrobe stylist is making moves and breaking barriers in the fashion industry. Commencing her budding fashion & entertainment career in 2019 Denise is already making a name for herself as a fashion staple. Growing in her career she has styled NYCs elite from Fatman Scoop, actor and child prodigy River Mason Eromosele, and Rizr Footwear. Denise styling technique is a merge of lifestyle meets couture. As well, she is a model liaison merging models with events, runway shows, photo-shoots and casting calls nationally. In addition to gaining online support from fashion house FUBU. Rising in fame she has been featured on various top tier outlets: Medium, 24hiphop, Vocal, One West Magazine, and Grind Magazine. Here’s my interview with celebrity wardrobe stylist, Denise Stylesss.
How did you land such prominent hip-hop clients? I landed my clients by building my relationships with people. As well, through networking within the entertainment industry. When you’re transparent with your intentions, opportunities present themselves.
What made you get into fashion? I got into fashion through my grandmother. She had a sewing machine and would create my Halloween costumes when I was a child. Her creative influence inspired me immensely. Once I unearthed my vast zeal for fashion I realized her influence carried me through my adulthood.
How was it working with the legend FatMan Scoop? Working with Fatman Scoop was an amazing experience. Fatman scoop is an icon that I watched in my youth. It made me reflect on my childhood. It was a full circle moment for me to dress someone that created roots within the hip-hop community.
What is the best advice you can give to someone aspiring to dress as a hip hop artist? The best advice I can give an aspiring celebrity wardrobe stylist is to be normal and organically yourself. You want to treat your clients with love; similar to family. You want to enhance their style while capturing the essence of fashion.
What is the key to your success? The key to my success is God. My faith in God continues to keep me motivated and devoted to my craft.