After setting 2018 ablaze with a string of releases and press surrounding her I’m The Rapper, He’s The Producer project with Kid Class, Lil Debbie quickly returns with a new 8-track EP titled Bay Chornicles, and the official visual for standout single, “SIDE HO.” Directed by Joe Dietsch, Lil Debbie takes a retro, 16-bit adventure while letting us know she’s on top of her game. Watch the fun music video below, and support the EP on iTunes here
In celebration of her birthday, California rapper Lil Debbie shares ‘I’m the Rapper, He’s the Producer.’ Entirely produced by Atlanta’s Kid Class, the duo pay homage to the Fresh Prince and DJ Jazzy Jeff with the project’s title, while showcasing their chemistry throughout the impressive 5-track EP.
Reminding us she’s a boss on bouncy anthem, “Stunt,” and securing the bag on “Goyard,” Debbie has proven to be one of the most consistent artists to emerge from the West coast in the last decade. “Although this project is only a five-song EP, this is one of my favorite bodies of work,” Debbie shared with Complex.
To compliment the release of the EP we also receive a short visual for “Classic.” Stream the project via Spotify below support on iTunes here.
Lil Debbie announced that she would be sharing a new EP on her birthday, February 2nd, titled I’m The Rapper, He’s The Producer in collaboration with Kid Class. To compliment this news, the Oakland rapper gave us a taste of what to expect with her boastful track, “Stunt.”
Lil Debbie stays in her bag on the second leak off the project, “Goyard.” Crooning over the catchy, piano-driven beat, Debbie reminds us she’s going hard while enjoying some of the finer things in life.
Stream the Kid Class-produced banger below, and pre-order the EP here.
akland-based recording artist Lil Debbie drops off the official music video for “In My Zone.” Cruising Los Angeles with her girls and dropping off “goodie bags” to clients like Cheech & Chong’s Tommy Chong, Lil Debbie raps some boastful lyrics over some enchanting Kid Classic production.
Watch the PplCallMeAce-directed visual below, and revisit Debbie’s OG In My System album here.