‘I’m A Hashole’ Reveals the Real Wowashwow
LOS ANGELES – Singer, songwriter, entertainer, activist, and social media influencer are words used to describe Wowashwow, but her latest album, “I’m A Hashole,” reveals the real woman behind the titles.
“This album is a full representation of who I am and not a representation of what I think people want me to be,” she explained.
A combination of hip hop and mainstream pop, the nine-track album slated to be released on Nov. 26 is a creative masterpiece of the artist known for her legendary music videos, performances, and body-shaking beats.
In true Wowashwow style, she describes “I’m A Hashole” as “shit that you can shake your ass off to when you listen to this album. I create music that not only makes me happy, makes me want to dance, and makes me want to feel good, but when someone else listens to it, they can shake their motherf*ckin’ ass.”
The first single off “I’m A Hashole” is “PU$$I Power.” “The whole song is about an attitude and way of life,” she said, describing the song that is not just about female genitalia but a way of life – that is confident, positive, and ready to hustle. “PU$$I is an attitude like if you’re a bad bitch, which can be a woman, man, or gender fluid person.”
The Queen of Making Bops is currently working on the “PU$$I Power” music video, which will be released at the end of 2021 or early 2022. It is sure to be epic!
Switching gears and toning down the tempo, the album single, “Eyes Wide Shut,” pays homage to the South Jersey/Philadelphia native’s rock ‘n roll roots and harkens back to when she was lead singer and guitarist in a punk rock band. Beyond the song’s hard-driving beats and multiple vocal ranges, its message is clear. “It’s a song about letting people know that you’re here and that you cannot push me away from my goals, my dreams, my aspirations, (and) the things that I want. Even with my eyes shut, I can see through all the bullshit, and I keep pushing forward.”
Overall, “I’m A Hashole” is an upbeat hip-hop album representing the best of Wowashwow. Staying true to herself and keeping it real, all the lyrics were all composed by Wowashwow. The album was created using live instrumentation and without autotune. Whether it is booming vocals, freestyling raps, ass shaking jams, “I’m A Hashole” is pure perfection – pure Wowashwow.
As much as Wowashwow loves music, she is an activist for the Cannabis industry and uses her platform to remove the stigma associated with it. Using her trademark sarcasm for the album’s title, nothing is sarcastic about her passion for the Cannabis industry. In addition to headlining Cannabis conventions and expos, she is a 2022 Orange County Cannabis Award Musician of the Year nominee, an honor she does not take for granted. “I’m as passionate about the Cannabis industry as much as I am about music,” she said.
With roots dedicated to the stoners and the body-positive community, Wowashwow said, “I’m 100% me, and I bring those weird and awkward energies to the stage. There’s this connotation that when I get on stage and I’m just going to stand and be in one single spot, (and) not move around – then I go running across the stage and ten-inch platforms, like Mick Jagger. I have an entire seven-piece live band behind me with dancers and everything. It’s a vibe, and I love it. It’s real music. Honestly, the album’s f*cking fire; it’s a really good album.”
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Emerging Los Angeles trio, Don Juligans, share with us their debut music, “Kreayshawn.”
Led by Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum producer/rapper Mike Zombie, charismatic, Sengalese rapper, Squalla and Houston's FRE$H (formerly went by the pseudonym “Short Dawg” as a Young Money recording artist), each member of Don Juligans have their own unique story, flow and style.
The party-ready single, named after viral Oakland rapper Kreayshawn, finds the trio spitting boastful rhymes that subtly pay homage to Texas rappers and culture. In this official video, the Don Juligans perform their catchy Mike Zombie-produced record at a variety of locations such as the mall, a private landing strip, a parking lot, and a Crown Fried Chicken. It doesn’t take long to realize the group has a strong chemistry, which easily explains why their energy is so contagious.
Watch the official “Kreayshawn” music video below, and save the single on your preferred streaming platform here.
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These two Lima, Ohio natives release their fresh man track together titled "Bad Bitch Remix" Draztik Da Boss and rapper Nieman Marcus formally known as Gansta Marcus came hard for the remix. With Fat Man Scoop DJ Drops on the recording, and a remix sample of Webbie's "Bad Bitch" track, this sound is a sure hit for the clubs. Byron (Draztik Da Boss) Phillips was born & raised in Lima,Ohio. He produces rappers,make beats, and engineer. He has released 3 C.D.'s with the group "Trump Tight".
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