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“The Crazy B!tch Anthem” (preview)

Guess the site could be considered all about the ladies today. Presenting another new female talent by the name of Jasmyn Milan. She’s an Experimental/Hip-Hop artist from Wilmington, DE. She is currently pushing a track she did coined “The Crazy B!tch Anthem.” She describes it as a catchy number from her heart that she hopes others will enjoy. To help with promo she created a digital video for the record. Take a peek below.

This song is set to The Neptunes production of “Caught Out There,” the chart topping record made popular by R&B singer Kelis. There is no hook on this cut. Just the name of the song mentioned in some capacity here and there. The content is pretty captivating. Jasmyn exhibits a conversational style flow, free-spoken wordplay, and daunting rhymes. She brings a whole new meaning to the phrase ‘a woman scorned.’ A few bodacious lines include: “I f–king love you. And I f–king hate you. I wanna kill you. But I wanna date you. Should I show up at his crib? Yeah I know where this n—a live. He ’bout to have me on some drawling s–t. I wasn’t trying to go there but I’m sick and tired of all this s–t. Oh he with another b—h?! Let me dig them both a ditch. F–k the consequence. You gonna learn today. Let ’em know that I’m the only one you’re with.” Those bars take relationship drama to a whole nother level. Overall, this is a very intriguing offering. The video basically provides a Sim style representation of the tumultuous courtship. As a whole, it’s a very creative project.

**My Two Cents: I think Jasmyn Milan is a cool artist. I dig the personality in her music and the fact that she’s not afraid to venture outside of the box. The video was something different. She did a decent job with the animation and there was a hint of comedic appeal throughout the visual. I especially liked the ending. I for sure would like to indulge in more of her work in the future to see/hear what else she can do. -MinM