Lil Debbie - Whoop Feat. Starrah [New Song]

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Lil Debbie and Starrah unite for "Debbie" highlight, "Whoop".

After years of releasing mixtapes, California rapper Lil Debbie, who first came to prominence through her involvement with the White Girl Mob alongside Kreayshawn and V-Nasty, has finally released her debut album, Debbie. The LP plays to the rapper's strengths, mainly opting for danceable West Coast bounce, but on "Whoop," her collaboration with the rising, and immensely talented songwriter, Starrah, Debbie's project is at it's most experimental and aggressive. Working on both Jeremih's "Pass Dat," and Young Thug's "Pick Up The Phone," Starrah provides a typically earwormy hook here, before handing things off to Debbie who rides the unpredictable beat with an assured ease, as she does throughout the project. You can purchase the full album on iTunes, as well as stream it aon all major services.

Quotable Lyrics:
I don't need beef, 'cause a bitch too cute
But the team stay down
Talk shit, they shoot, shit
Fuck around and get hurt
Turn this up and get murked
Ride around with that work
Hundred gran in my purse

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Whoop

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12 VERY HOTTTTT
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13 MAKE IT STOP
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Lil Debbie and Starrah unite for "Debbie" highlight, "Whoop".


After years of releasing mixtapes, California rapper Lil Debbie, who first came to prominence through her involvement with the White Girl Mob alongside Kreayshawn and V-Nasty, has finally released her debut album, Debbie. The LP plays to the rapper's strengths, mainly opting for danceable West Coast bounce, but on "Whoop," her collaboration with the rising, and immensely talented songwriter, Starrah, Debbie's project is at it's most experimental and aggressive. Working on both Jeremih's "Pass Dat," and Young Thug's "Pick Up The Phone," Starrah provides a typically earwormy hook here, before handing things off to Debbie who rides the unpredictable beat with an assured ease, as she does throughout the project. You can purchase the full album on iTunes, as well as stream it aon all major services.

Quotable Lyrics:
I don't need beef, 'cause a bitch too cute
But the team stay down
Talk shit, they shoot, shit
Fuck around and get hurt
Turn this up and get murked
Ride around with that work
Hundred gran in my purse

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