News__ Watch: Mykki Blanco’s Wavvy

August 21, 2012 | By


"What the fuck I gotta prove to a room full of dudes who ain't listenin to my words cause they starin at my shoes?"

Mykki Blanco has graced the pages of Vogue and has performed live in some of the dankest warehouses we've ever had the pleasure of partying in. But crossing boundaries like that seems to be her lifeblood. The diva-rapper is the female persona of Michael Quattlebaum, who's track "Wavvy," self proclaims Mykki as the mother-f*ckin rookie of the year. Primed for the club, Wavvy is the hardest hitting single that's come out of Blanco yet. Produced by Brenmar, Wavvy's got just enough aggressive rapping and just enough autotuned singing to give you a good portrait of both sides of Blanco's performance. The video depicts a staced cast of NYC's creative class like like photographer, Christelle de Castro, performer, No Bra, stylist, Ruth Gruca, and artist, Jeanette Hayes partying in what looks like the mid to late 19th century. Salon party. Watch the official video for Wavvy below and get the full EP Mykki Blanco & the Mutant Angels off UNO at Oh-WOW.

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