If you like Odd Future, Danny Brown, M.I.A, or any other musicians who dabble in Alternative Hip Hop, then make room on your roster for Rhode Island artist and producer, Iris Creamer (aka Creamer). With a distinct sound and a colorful image, Creamer is bringing a fresh female voice to the Alternative Hiphop genre, promoting ownership and independence amongst women. She definitely has a flow that’s unique, raw, and alluring with an unapologetic libretto that speaks about sexuality, strength, and bossing-up (to say the least).
With her full-length project, Denim set to drop on July 6th, Creamer is giving us a sample of what is to be expected with single, “Pink Pistol II,” which is a follow up to “Pink Pistol” (a 0:51 second interlude). The title of this track alone tells us that she embodies her femininity, but is definitely serious about what she spits. The song thoroughly articulates how a woman views a man that assumes entitlement because of the materialistic odds-and-ends that he possesses. Her melodies in this song serenades the beat, creating a vibe unmatched. She portrays great storytelling and lyricism through her music, and definitely has more in store, that I can’t wait to share!
Take a listen to “Pink Pistol II,” produced by June Brone, below.
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