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Bossed Up Barbie Dropped Her Debut EP “No Emotions”

“No Emotions,” features 6 tracks of Bossed Up Barbie, finessing each track with her signature sound and high-quality production. Her lead single, “Blame On Me,” focus on how we allow people to do wrong towards us. But instead of blaming them. We should blame ourselves for allowing them to do what they’ve done.

Bossed Up Barbie is more than beauty. She’s a woman on a mission to curved out a place for herself in the hip-hop culture. The Flordia native latest EP, “No Emotions,” has been met to high praises. The versatile artist showcases her melodic singing voice and her rapping ability.

I’m an all-around artist, says Barbie. “I can rap. But my singing is more soulful. It’s more relaxed. It’s the real me.”

“No Emotions,” features 6 tracks of Bossed Up Barbie, finessing each track with her signature sound and high-quality production. Her lead single, “Blame On Me,” focus on how we allow people to do wrong towards us. But instead of blaming them. We should blame ourselves for allowing them to do what they’ve done.

“If I see the signs. And I still let you do that to me. Who fault is that? Blame it on me,” says Barbie. “But you will never ever try me like that again.”

Bossed Up Barbie is one of the most interesting upcoming artists. Due to the combination of her Drake-like singing mixed with the City Girls lyrical capacity. Despite the tile, “No Emotions,” is filled with Barbie opening up about her life situations.

According to Bossed Up Barbie. One of her biggest life lessons learned is to trust nobody. “Trust no fucking body. That’s the biggest lesson. Even if they’re close to you. Because everyone has a motive to why they’re doing what they’re doing. The people who you think is your friend. Be the one that pray for your downfall.”

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"No Emotions," features 6 tracks of Bossed Up Barbie
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