In this Interview with Montreality, Kreayshawn speaks about: Her origins, Upcoming projects & 2nd studio album, Wanting to work with Waka Flocka Flame, Favorite cartoons, The biggest turn-off in men for her, Her legacy, + Speaks Russian.
With the upcoming release of her debut album Somethin’ ‘Bout Kreay, Fat Jew decided to have a quick sit down with Kreashawn to discuss absolutely nothing relevant. As always it is mentally insane, he gives her a ridiculous present and there’s a short surprise at the end.
Sure, Cruel Summer and Brother Ali are out today, but what you know ’bout Kreay? Stream Kreayshawn’s new album, in it’s entirety here. Hey, give her credit, her favorite album is Dr. Octagon.
Another one from Somethin’ ‘Bout Kreay, which is sure to be eaten alive by Cruel Summer this Tuesday.
Kreayshawn’s new album, Somethin’ Bout Kreay, hits next week. In the above clip, she gives us a preview of the entire album, speaking on each individual track, courtesy of Billboard. The album features Chippy Nonstop, V-Nasty, Kid Cudi, Diplo, Sissy Nobby, and 2 Chainz.
Kreayshawn delivers this collaboration with Diplo and Sissy Nobby from her Sept. 18th release, Somethin Bout Kreay.
Ms. “Gucci Gucci” will deliver her debut, Prelude To A Gangbang Somethin Bout Kreay on September 18th, which will feature Kid Cudi, 2 Chainz, Diplo, V-Nasty, and more.
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