Tierra Whack Calls Out Those Biting Her Style With New Track 'Clones': Listen

Tierra Whack
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Tierra Whack attends the Billboard's 13th Annual Women in Music event at Pier 36 on Dec. 6, 2018 in New York City.  

Tierra Whack is delivering on her promise to unleash new music on a weekly basis in 2019. On the heels of "Only Child," the Philly-bred MC returns with the ad-lib-filled "Clones" on Tuesday (Feb. 26). Whack serves up a nearly-three minute tune where she takes issue with those in hip-hop who are attempting to jack her flow.

The versatile 23-year-old seems to have a male rapper in mind when addressing the biters. "N---a try to take my flow/ Who the hell he think he is?/ I just wanna make my dough/ Gotta take care of my kids/ Handle bars handle my biz," she rhymes in a deeper tone than usual. After putting in work for much of 2018, Tierra Whack is ready to ascend the hip-hop ranks.

Last week, it was announced that Apple Music tapped the Whack World rapper to be their newest Up Next artist, and a short film will drop on the streaming service very soon. Whack's also slated to make her late-night debut as the musical guest on the March 4 episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! next month. 

Give "Clones" a listen below. 

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