Everyone’s favorite/most hated white girl rapper Kreayshawn claims her first big cover story, which Complex can boast getting. If you want to know more about the Oakland-bred punk-guitarist-raised White Girl Mob emcee, peep the video below and hop on over to Complex for the full feature. She talks about the genesis of “Gucci Gucci” and how she can thank Twitter for acquiring the beat that launched her career, the misperceptions of her using the “N” word, and how an early side job of slinging narcos kept her afloat to do her art. Looking forward to hearing what comes out in the future from Kreay (aka Natassia Zolot ) — “Gucci Gucci” was pretty much the song of the summer and “Bumpin'” reminds me of some old DJ Icey beats, so let’s see what’s next. Of course in the hyper-accelerated internet buzz world we live in, Kreayshawn might be gone and done by next summer (wherefore art thou, Uffie), but till then we’re listening…

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