Asian Doll Shares New Mixtape

Asian Doll Shares New Mixtape

If you love the Bratz pop style, tough, top-of-the morning hustling, rap music, Asian Doll (also referred as Asian da Brat) brings flavor into a new southern-trap sound. Asian Doll—the Dallas-born, Atlanta-based artist— is gaining more exposure for her collaborations, honorable mentions by Nicki Minaj and dropping some of the most gangsta projects: Da Rise of Barbie Doll Gang Empire (2015); Drippin in Glo (2016); Project Princess (2016); Outtaspace (2017); Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2017); Doll SZN (2018). Recently signed to Gucci Mane’s 1017 Eskimo/ Alamo Records, Asian Doll makes her debut into the Hip-Hop/ Rap scene with “So Icy Princess” (2018). As her first project signed to the successful trap label, the mixtape brings thrill to southern-Trill, tricky word play on her deep emotions about living as the Hardest Doll, and pure gangsta-style fun. The mixtape includes features from Gucci Mane, Young Mal, Lil Yachty, Dreezy,  Go Yayo, and YBN Nahmir. While she’s rising as a global rapper, she proves that she has been working overtime with So Icy Princess. This mixtape deserves recognition with songs like “1 0 1 7” featuring Gucci Mane & Yung Mal, “Talk” and “Facts” featuring Chicago’s own Dreezy. The mixtape is available to stream on Soundcloud, Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal.

Check it out below!

Athena Paige