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Music Video: Kreayshawn – ‘Go Hard’

Kreayshawn is back with a brand new music video for her single “Go Hard (La La La)”. The visuals are equal parts eccentric & trippy.

Watch below:

Since signing to Columbia Records, Kreayshawn has made a complete 180 with her music. Though I still want to party with her, I just can’t get into her music anymore.

Your thoughts?

Music Video: Kreayshawn Releases Low Budget ‘Summertime’

Kreayshawn spared no expense on the music video for her latest single, “Summertime”.

Check it out the V-Nasty assisted visuals below:

It almost seemed as if Kreayshawn had more of a music video budget prior to being signed to a major record label than she does now. I’m still waiting on a radio-worthy hit from her.

Your thoughts?

Sidenote: Kreayshawn has updated her Youtube page to let us know that this is not the official version of the music video.

Music Video: 2 Chainz & Kreayshawn’s Bloody ‘Murder’


After seeing the behind-the-scenes footage of the “Murder” music video, I couldn’t wait to see the finished product; Without a doubt, it is my favorite song from 2 Chainz’ T.R.U. REALigion mixtape (thanks to Kreayshawn’s nonsensical verse).

Watch the accompanying visuals below:

That was a bloody good time, eh?

Yay or Nay? – Kreayshawn Debuts A New Look

Since her Youtube debut, Kreayshawn has experimented with a myriad of looks — most of which contribute to her contrived “hood” image.

However, for her most recent photo shoot with GQ magazine, the rapper showcased a bit of a new look with longer hair.

Does Kreayshawn’s new look get a yay or nay?

Here is a behind-the-scenes video from her shoot as well:

Check out some of Kreayshawn’s other hairstyles below:

For Discussion: Trina Defends Kreayshawn, Other White Rappers Using The N-Word

Kreayshawn rose to fame almost as quickly as she fell into obscurity. Though her musical success was short-lived, she endured her share of controversy, most notably, her beef with Rick Ross & alleged use of the N-word in her rap lyrics.

Despite rubbing a few rappers the wrong way, it appears that Trina has stepped up in Kreayshawn, as well as other white rapper’s, defense:

I don’t see what the big deal about it is,” Trina told “It’s a matter of respect, if you’re not being disrespectful, if you’re not doing it in a racist way…I’m not really the person that care’s too much about all that.”

“It’s so much more serious stuff going on in life,” Trina says. “Let’s worry about voting for Barack Obama for president again. I don’t think the N-word is such a big deal, we’ve been saying it for years, decades, white, blacks, Hispanic, Jamaican, Haitian, Chinese whatever. It is what it is, we didn’t create it, we didn’t start it and we’re not going to be the last to say it. It’s going to continue on and on and on so we just need to focus on what’s important.”

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While I agree that there are more serious issues going on, I disagree with her apathy & the use of the N-word in general, be it as a term of endearment or a derogatory term; I think it’s best left unsaid.

What are your thoughts on Trina’s comments?

Sidenote: It may be worth noting that Trina collaborated with Kreayshawn on a single (above).