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bbymutha drops new EP MUTHALEFIC3NT

Back in 2020, bbymutha announced her retirement from rap with her debut album Muthaland, one of the best albums of that year. It turned out to be more of a withdrawal from the limelight that comes with being a hotly tipped artist, and bbymutha has steadily released new songs, EPs, and appeared as a feature on other rappers' tracks. Her unothodox career moves have clearly worked for her, as we can hear on MUTHALEFIC3NT, her new seven-track EP and third installment in her Muthaleficent series.
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bbymutha takes no prisoners on new EP left4dead

After announcing her retirement from music in 2020 upon the release of her debut album, Muthaland, Brittany Moore had her most prolific year as bbymutha to date in 2021. Her banner year culminated in July's CHERRYTAPE, a four-track EP of razor-sharp bars and boundary-busting beats, the latter courtesy of Moore's long-time collaborator Rock Floyd. Today she shares left4dead, her first offering of 2022.
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Bbymutha's 'Muthaland' Is Teaching Me That Status Isn't Everything

NPR Music's Turning the Tables is a project envisioned to challenge sexist and exclusionary conversations about musical greatness. Up until now we have focused on overturning conventional, patriarchal best-of lists and histories of popular music. But this time, it's personal. For 2021, we're digging into our own relationships to the records we love, asking: How do we know as listeners when a piece of music is important to us? How do we break free of institutional pressures on our taste while still taking the lessons of history into account? What does it mean to make a truly personal canon? The essays in this series will excavate our unique relationships with the albums we love, from unimpeachable classics by major stars to subcultural gamechangers and personal revelations. Because the way that certain music comes to hold a central place in our lives isn't just a reflection of how we develop our taste, but how we come to our perspective on the world.
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