Detroit, Michigan rapper Prissy Blanco releases debut track ‘Bare Minimum’: Listen

The new artist opens up about some deep shit over a Yung Tago beat.

Photo: Courtesy of the artist


Prissy Blanco
Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Two days ago, Detroit-bred rapper Prissy Blanco shared her debut single titled, ‘Bare Minimum’ produced by Yung Tago. For it to be her first record, she opens up about molestation, domestic violence, and being mistreated. Perhaps, Prissy Blanco will be one of the entertainers to normalise the idea of speaking about the aforementioned in public. To hear what we mean, stream the revealing, uplifting bars below.

Written by Manny King John

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