Riding high on the success of her recent single, “Ratchet”, Lil Debbie is positioning herself as one of rap’s brightest young stars. Boasting a homegrown sound and killer fashion sense, Lil’ Debbie’s devil may care attitude and nonchalant arrogance makes her a force to be reckoned with. Don’t get us wrong, Debbie is still in the early stages of her career, but she is a part of a new school of artists who will not be denied by outdated stereotypes and narrow-minded standards.
A long way from The Bay, we caught up with California’s Sweetheart in Manhattan’s Flatiron District just before her flight back to the Land of Sunshine. Sporting a Pyrex jersey and a pair of low white Chucks, Debbie had a few words with us about her influences, her intentions as an artist, her upcoming project California’s Sweetheart, and the zero possibilities of a White Girl Mob reunion.
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