Lil Debbie Premieres 'Slot Machine' Song, Talks 'California Sweetheart' EP: Exclusive
A year after the release of "Queen D," Lil Debbie is readying an EP, "California Sweetheart," that spotlights all of the sides of the dynamic rapper-singer. Check out Lil Debbie's first single off the EP, "Slot Machine," exclusively here on The Juice:
The majority of Lil Debbie's music features her alongside Riff Raff, Kreayshawn and V-Nasty (who with Debbie once comprised the White Girl Mob). "California Sweetheart," therefore, is a relatively new look for Debbie: it's a solo song.
"'California Sweetheart' is me. It's not White Girl Mob, it's not Riff Raff... It's me, all by myself. that's rare," she tells The Juice. "I believe in making catchy music, not cheesy music. My shit is funny. They're going to get stuck in your head.
"I'm very sarcastic, I'm witty," she continues. "I'm smoking weed most of the day. I think people get on the Internet and talk shit because they don't really know who I am. I think this project is, finally, a full body of myself."
Besides "Slot Machines," the "California Sweetheart" EP, due out March 25, will focus on the good, bad and confusing aspects of love. "There's some songs on there about heartbreak -- about your man playing you, going and fucking another bitch, then coming and trying to fuck with you," says Debbie. "There's also songs about, 'Do I like bitches or do I not like bitches?' It's stuff that girls can relate to."