The Flock is an idea that we had to help fans of a specific genre find multiple bands they love in one post. It helps us provide value to you, the reader, by putting more of what you want in one place. It also helps the artists. Fans of their music come to the page and become fans of other similar artists, growing their fanbase more efficiently. It also helps artists connect with other artists who have a similar feel, so they can help each other out, work together, play shows, etc. Our goal here is to help promote artists that we believe in and want to see succeed. The Flock is a great way to help with that, and we’ve seen some really cool things happen because of it. Let’s get into this edition of The Flock.
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Remember Notorious B.I.G.’s 90s anthem ‘Big Poppa’? … “You got a gun up in your waist, please don’t shoot up the place. Why? Cuz I see some ladies tonight that should be having my baby, baby”. Well Tamara Bubble is a few decades late with her response record, but definitely gets her point across in “Too Busy“
“We too busy getting lit, we ain’t dying tonight” sings Tamara Bubble in between rowdy, aggressive, passionate bars while chanting that the only ‘shots’ we wanna hear ringing out in a club better be coming from a DRANK and the only ‘pop pop pop pop’ we wanna hear is coming from “bottle service when we hear a bop” !! @TheCratez produced track coupled with Tamara’s ever-changing flow and swag is juicy enough to make even the goons dance and hopefully reconsider shooting up the club for the night.
Tamara Bubble penned ‘Too Busy’ because she sick of gun violence and the fact no one considers the girls caught in the crossfire, running around in high heels dodging bullets, titties flying everywhere. Ladies looking crazy in the shoot out footage!! If we’re the reason you came to the club, why are you shooting now when you could just dance and get lit!!!! A song about gun violence has never been so litty … press play if you not too busy! #BubbleOnDeck
Tamara Bubble is a lot of things: a singer, rapper, dancer, entertainer, actress, model, and the ultimate blend of pop, R&B, jazz, soul, and hip-hop.
What sets Charlotte-based creative apart from everyone producing is that she actually is….busy. Named “Female Rapper of the Year” by the Underground Music Awards, Tamara’s productivity is astounding.
“Your Favorite Rapper is a Girl” streaming on all platforms #BubbleOnDeck. Listen and read our interview with the prolific femme below.
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Missy does it all effortlessly, rapper, singer, producer! Her music videos were colorful and out of the box. Her style and fashion was the cookie-cutter stereotypical “female rapper” get up. She’s just dope. She’s a constant reminder that when you’re original you don’t have to fit in, the people will make room for you and your creativity.
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“Living Like I’m Lucky” prod by @KrazyFigz is set to air in retail locations throughout North America!
“Your Favorite Rapper is a Girl”, but she sings too and has landed a major retail placement! Expect to hear some Tamara Bubble vocals in a mall or two near you because her brand new single “Living Like I’m Lucky” will air across popular national indoor and outdoor mall chains, national retail shops, restaurant chains, fashionable retail plazas and well-know big box retailers in the US and Canada.
Stream “Living Like I’m Lucky” http://smarturl.it/livinglucky & Watch her official music video “Laundry” https://youtu.be/WoifGekYHXA . Let us know in the comments whether you prefer BARS or VOCALS from Tamara Bubble! #BubbleOnDeck
Save the date: January 15, 2018, because Tamara Bubble will prove “Your Favorite Rapper Is A Girl“.
On this upcoming EP, Tamara Bubble doesn’t shy away from the negative stigma of being labeled a “female rapper”. In fact, she embraces her femininity with a juicy lineup of powerful, comical and sexy bars coupled with dynamic production from @its_dagod, @bombprod205, @beatabuzapat and @thecratez. Within 7 tracks, Tamara will turn you on, make you dance, think, and lyrically turn you out! Topics include domestic violence, gambling vs. saving, investing, business ownership, dealing w/ rumors, gossip, death and much more! Tamara’s creativity knows no bounds and is far from “girlie”. Check out the track list above and PREORDER TODAY!!
OR SKIP THE WAIT when you buy “Your Favorite Rapper is a Girl” DELUXE EDITION and get an instant mp3 download today + autographed hardcopy CD w/ 3 BONUS TRACKS + SHIPPING INCLUDED!! ORDER DELUXE US or INT’L as a TamaraBubble.com Exclusive offer ONLY!
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Tamara Bubble drops her “Cute Panties” (prod by @BombProd205) single everywhere today as a tribute to Domestic Violence Survivors. She also dropped behind the scenes photos of the official music video shoot scheduled to be released on October 1st.
In addition, October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month so Tamara Bubble is volunteering to PERFORM FOR FREE @ your upcoming events and benefit concerts all month long (10 min max + must include “Cute Panties” in her set). Contact 646.730.8691 for bookings.
CUTE PANTIES >> stream / download / add to playlist / watch video http://smarturl.it/cutepanties
“Keep My Name Out Your Mouth” prod by Fayz the Great is a promise, not a threat!
The people running their mouths the MOST about you, know the LEAST about you. Especially strangers that pull out their phones filming you without your permission. So when you reach that breaking point with a no-good, gossiping hoe (male or female) … PRESS PLAY!!! Either get it together or Tamara Bubble will get you together with her latest track “Keep My Name Out Your Mouth”. Take heed to her final warning (and all this hand clapping B) or it may get violent when she gets to slapping you in that mouth of yours!
KEEP MY NAME OUT YOUR MOUTH (Watch / Listen)
“Pick the Movie” prod by @KrazyFigz is seductively honest. Netflix and chill … if you can?
I can’t tell you the number of movies I’ve watched, but haven’t seen. I have a hard time remembering what happened in movies that I really do watch though … the plot, the funny lines, the endings. Oh and some people even think I’m lieing when I say I’ve seen so-and-so movie just because I can’t remember what happened Anyway, let me know what movie you would watch if I let you pick 😉 #BubbleOnDeck