There’s a 19-year-old redhead female who goes by Kitty Pryde and she raps. She raps and then some of my favorite rappers really dig her, and then follow her on Twitter. She released Haha I’m Sorry, all by herself, like a big girl.
It’s a blessing that “Give me Scabies” is placed at the front of the EP. Kitty’s a clever girl for putting it there. Take Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe”, Kenny G the shit out of it, and voila. You’ve got an opening track that keeps expectations LOW. Toss in the GRANT-produced nonsense before laying down the delicious Beautiful Lou production, right after telling me to give you the seven-year itch, in between a handful of dainty giggles. This is a genius move.
“ay shawty: THE SHREKONING” slowly emerges from the water and this dude Dankte does a very good job in hollering at his shawty, Kitty Pryde. Kitty Pryde then proceeds to mirror her shawty by hollering back at him. This is 2012′s Romeo and Juliet, right here. With Beautiful Lou taking care of the soundtrack, I’m all for it. “smiledog.jpg” comes with another giggle! It’s so cute, I swear. Beautiful Lou puts together a neat, naive beat, swaying back and forth perfectly for Kitty to gush about how she’s all over Google and her affection for candy that you can wear on your finger.
“Orion’s Belt” is what we’re all here for, no doubt. Riff Raff brings out the best in Kitty Pryde. Hell, Riff Raff would bring out the best in all of us, if we had the chance to meet the phenomenon. Beautiful Lou creates a fun environment for two of rap’s biggest enigmas. Who are these emcees and what do they want from us, ultimately. Kitty Pryde loves Danny Brown and ”Okay Cupid” is a result of that. I love Danny Brown too, Kitty! Beautiful Lou scores an ace by doing no wrong whatsoever on the entire EP. Another catchy beat, giving rap game’s Taylor Swift plenty of room to seduce us all with her barely legal voice.
I can’t really explain this EP. I take a cold shower after listening to it, and then I listen to it again.