Freddy Hefner,22, calls herself a “Strapper.” First image that comes to mind is a gun-blasting vixen, but no, it simply stands for “singer-songwriter turned rapper”. The Los Angeles native just graduated from St. John’s University, and plans to display her versatility as an independent artist. She recently sent us a couple of new tracks, “The Come Up” and “Imaginary Friend,” from her second EP, Time Machine.
The Come Up
“This life is what you make it…I wouldn’t trade places or flip the name and faces/destination is greatness.”
The visuals for Tanya Lacey’s “Greatness,” the first single from the Head Chef EP, shows a pink and blonde haired Tanya walking through a flea market carefree as she shares her opinions on having no regrets in life. This self-empowering track is very far from corny — it’s one of those songs that you need to have on repeat on those down-and-out days. You know, those kind of tracks that makes you wanna pat yourself on the back and shout the lyrics outside your window? Yeah, it’s that kind of song.