16-Year-Old Australian Rapper Expouses the Virtue of Being Armed with a L.V. Tool Kit
When did Girl Power become a theme in Pop music? Was it with Aretha Franklin bellowing out “R-E-S-P-E-C-T”, or Helen Reddy, “I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar?” Or in the movies wth Pam Grier in Foxy Brown, Uma Thurman in Kill Bill, or Charlize Theron in Atomic Blonde ?” In Pink Pantha, a 16 year old Australian rapper has been honing her skills and paying attention. While the great debate here in the U.S., depending on your coastal bias, and we’re based in Los Angeles, “Who’s the best, Biggie or Tupac?” Biggie was more than just a lyricist, he was a storyteller in the art of the assassin. In Nina Lee Kisses’s Pink Pantha, she’s an assassin on parallel with the U.S. government. She’ll “GPS you, whateva way she choose to.”
Tight pink leather
It’s an occasion
Head to your Faceship
While those from the East Coast of the U.S. use the term, “Across the Pond,” in reference to our former colonial masters of the Crowne, what do we on the West Coast call our sister and fellow colonists across the Pacific? In Australia, they have been paying attention. And whether it’s my SoCal/fellow L.A. sisters, from Paris Hilton, Katy Perry, Fergie, to Kim Kardashian, across the Pacific, is a female lyrical assassin in pink.