Over the course of the past year, fans of Nitty Scott, MC may have witnessed a slight spiritual shift in the Brooklyn rapper’s musical output, embracing the flower power counterculture of the 60s (“All the Flowers,” “Buddhaveli (NahImaStay)” and the Large Pro-produced “We Are One“) and employing a Bohemian vista on woman’s rights and liberties.
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To ready fans for the upcoming release, Nitty drops by with the women-empowering song “BBYGRL” which cleverly flips the opening guitar licks of No Doubt’s “I’m Just a Girl.”
“I think it’s an ode to our many moods and layers. I’ve got my own identities—a Black and Latina zen bruja, bisexual with both masculine and feminine energy,” Nitty said of the Yung Lil Big-produced track. “But it’s really about creating a world where we can just be the multidimensional beings we are. Plus I’ve been missing those girl power vibes the ’90s gave us!”
Listen to the song (which will not appear on Creature!) below.