Kash Doll Is Not “For Everybody,” But She Needs To Be On Your Radar

Mike Wass | April 26, 2017 2:09 pm
Remy Ma Ends Nicki With "Shether"
Remy Ma annihilates Nicki Minaj with a scathing diss track called "Shether."

It’s an interesting time for female rappers. Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma are trading blows in hip-hop’s nastiest beef, Iggy Azalea is trying to fight her way back and CupcakKe has found mainstream success. Another name that needs to be in the mix is Kash Doll. The 25-year-old has a viral hit on her hands with “For Everybody,” a fiery anthem that is steadily climbing the iTunes download chart. It finds the rapper playing the roles of both side-chick and wife.

“I wanted to tell a story that both types of women (wife and mistress) can relate to,” Kash Doll explains. “At the end of the day it’s not either one of women’s fault, it’s the man’s fault. They are both arguing about a position that he gave away and both women make good points,” she continues. “This is how I came up with the title for the song ‘For Everybody,’ which means the man is for everybody.” And then there’s the amazing video, which was inspired by a scene from 1998 movie Belly. Watch it below and click through the rising star’s eye-popping Instagram pics up top.

Do you love the song? Let us know below, or by hitting us up on Facebook and Twitter!