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Princess Superstar Grows Up, But Her Music Stays Wild
Tuesday, July 22, 2014

A dozen years ago Princess Superstar was a rebellious youth who penned a song all about being a "Bad Babysitter." On this particular day, she's on a beach in The Hamptons, corralling her own kiddo, while serenely celebrating the release of her latest project, an EP titled I'm a Firecracker.

While her attitude may have mellowed a bit over the years, her music, with songs like "I'm a Firecracker," clearly still taps into some classic Princess Superstar wildness. Classic being an appropriate word, because while other female rappers with pop sensibilities have made an impact on Top 40 radio, Princess Superstar, it could be argued, paved the way for all of them.

RapReviews caught up with the New York City native during her day at the beach to talk about blazing that path, as well as her new music, and the controversy surrounding fellow female hip-hop artist Iggy Azalea.

Read the full interview at RapReviews.com.

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