The rapper is known for her active social media presence, and was ranked number 34 on Billboard’s 2011 Social Media 50 Chart.
Her debut studio album, “Somethin’ ‘Bout Kreay” was released in September 2012, featuring collaborations with 2 Chainz and friend V-Nasty.
Formerly incarcerated rapper Da Brat tells TMZ she did NOT strike up a romance with another female inmate during her time behind bars ...
though she insists everyone wanted a shot at her "goodies."Da Brat -- who last week completed a three year prison stint for attacking a waitress with a bottle in 2007 -- tells us, "Every female in prison wanted me ...
Still, there seems to be some negativity aligned with being a “raging” lesbian, which I assume she means is 24/7, full-time lesbian as opposed to the occasional kind.
But what is refreshing about Kreyshawn’s discussing of her sexuality is that being out in hip-hop is still a taboo. For example, Lady Sovereign remained closeted until after she lost her deal with Def Jam, and Rainbow Noise, despite their “Imma Homo” going viral and getting tons of plays on the net, did not sign with a larger label or receive any further attention than some linkage on music blogs.
The eponymous single reached #1 on the rap singles chart and #6 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The whereabouts of her father is not known, and after moving to East Oakland at a young age with her mom, she started to record her raps and made films and videos about her own life.They introduced her to their producer, Jermaine Dupri, who signed her to his So So Def label.Dupri cultivated Da Brat's image as a "female Snoop Doggy Dogg," and she became one of the first female "reality-based" rappers.I’m an occasional lesbian, but it’s more for me about a personal connection. I’m just out here in the free world doing the free thing.It would appear Kreayshawn has no interest in being labeled a lesbian, despite dabbling in lesbianism.