Bossed Up Barbie is widely known for touching the souls of the masses with the raw emotions that she puts into her music. By documenting her heartbreaking real-life experiences, this Florida singer/rapper inspires women everywhere to rise above adversity and garner the strength to leave unhealthy situations.

Her 2020 five-track EP “No Emotions” is an R&B ode to getting on your grind while healing. The standout single, “Blame On Me,” has been streamed over 50,000 times on Spotify and continues to climb. The second most popular track on the project, “Change,” is an open diary, which finds a transparent Barbie pouring out her heart out about her ever-altering life as she pushes towards her dreams.

The new Def Jam/My Dj Dre promotional deal signee is now gearing up to showcase her rap capabilities on her forthcoming single, alongside fellow Florida staple Cristol. While a hip-hop single may come as a surprise to many who fell in love with Barbie’s sultry vocals, she is no stranger to experimenting with her versatility as an artist. Her 2018 breakout record “Got Me F**ked Up” introduced the world to a side of her filled with gritty bars that boast of a lavish lifestyle with no room for F-boys.

Bossed Up Barbie does not fall in line with the new-age female rappers and R&B musicians. Instead, she has created her own lane, capturing her audience as a multifaceted artist preaching a message of women empowerment and personal growth. The “Soul Ties” artist now resides in Atlanta and is currently fielding offers for a residency to showcase her music live weekly.

Give Bossed Up Barbie one listen, and we can guarantee she will leave you yearning for more.

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