Female Rapper Kiara Simone responds to Drakes "Freestyle" with fire track "Drake's Blackberry"

Kiara Simone addresses Remy Ma and other female rappers in fiery freestyle reminising of Drake.
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LOS ANGELES - July 27, 2018 - PRLog -- Kiara Simone warns female MC'S that she's not bothered by the competition and that she's here to take over the female rap game. Midway through the aggressive and strategically titled track "Drakes Blackberry", Kiara fiercely spits in high energy " Somebody tell'em who the best be, I wish a rap bitch would try to test me" with nothing less than confidence. On the track its Kiara's no holds bar lyrics and delivery that makes this song an instant rap classic. Not pleased with the current state of female Hip Hop, Kiara addresses females MC's including Bronx femcee Remy Ma on the track, alluding that jail time isn't the reason she hasn't become raps "Queen" yet. Kiara goes on to mentions Remy's husband, Papoose and more. Spelling the last word in every bar towards through out the song, Kiara ends the track and insists " This is not a diss track at all... but at the end of the day, I'm just trying to make sure your fans never knew you existed". The classic track/video can be found in the link below.


Kiara Simone is boldly making her mark in the music industry as a trailblazer for
women's empowerment in a male-dominated world. Don't let her gorgeous face and snatched body fool you! Kiara's gritty delivery, honest lyrics and inspirational story of rising from immense pain and struggle to follow her dreams, make her stand out from the rest. "Nothing is fake about my music. I don't make it up...what you hear in my music is ME. I've been through a lot and no one from where I'm from has made it this far. If I can do it, you can do it too. My music is about empowering women to be strong-minded and feel like they can achieve anything on their own, without being so dependent on men," states the rising star.
Kiara first tapped into her musical talents at age 14 when she spit a verse by Lil
Mama from her song "Shawty Get Loose," as her phone's voice message recording. Her older sister Shawnta heard it, said her delivery was dope and encouraged her to try out her own original music. From that point on, Kiara started writing her own rhymes and practicing her craft. In a tragic turn of events, her beloved sister was shot and killed in PG County, leaving Kiara heartbroken. Her life changed forever and two years later, after trying to cope without her sister being around, she reached a breaking point where she wanted to completely give up on everything. "When I'm not where I want to be, I feel pointless. All I had was music...I wanted to give up, but I couldn't. When you want something that bad, you're going to do whatever it takes to get it. I had to do it for my family to help change their situation, and I knew I was the way out," Kiara reminisces.

"Drakes Blackberry" Video


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Instagram:50k Followers - https://www.instagram.com/itskiarasimone/
Youtube: Over 25K Views -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pseQb_6625I

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Managment: E Mills - millticketmusicgroup@gmail.com

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