Erica Banks Loves her Slim Waist: Dallas rap star and self-proclaimed “Flow Queen” Erica Banks has released new single and video “Slim Waist.” A body positive anthem, the song sees Banks singing about the fact that she loves every single part of herself.

“I’ve got a slim waist, body tight,” she raps, while the video sees her twerking and wandering around an adult store. The press release states: “Over luring bass and a fully immersive trap soundscape, Banks emphasizes that she’s in love with every part of herself — and invites us to adore her, too. Throughout ‘Slim Waist,’ she flaunts her seduction skills, describing her desires and expectations in an authoritative voice. ‘Ride good, do it slow,’ the rapper spits. ‘What them hunnids fo’?'”

It’s a banging, sensual tune that should see Banks’ career continue to rise.

Erica Banks Loves her Slim Waist: Erica Banks’ “Slim Waist” is out now.

Erica Banks’ press bio:

“‘Buss It’ just proved to the world what Texas already knew: Erica Banks is a real rap spitter who knows an undeniable bop when she makes one. “I have a good ear for music,” says the MC. “I know what’s best for me.” She also knows what’s best for cars and clubs: a relentless flow made sticky by her Dallas drawl, glued to an explosive mix of big bass and eerie melody. You could say she’s been perfecting her style over three years of hotly tipped freestyles and mixtapes—Art of the Hustle, Pressure, and Cocky on Purpose represent 2019 alone—but Banks came out swinging from the start. And now that “Buss It” is climbing the Billboard Hot 100, she has the clout to underwrite her savage disses and tales of lust and luxury. That standout anthem from her booming self-titled 2020 mixtape took on a life of its own in 2021, soundtracking over 3 million dance challenge videos in less than a month, and earning tacit cosigns from the likes of Nicki Minaj, Monica, Rico Nasty, and Tracee Ellis Ross. Banks calls the whole thing “outrageous,” but she’s been working toward this moment since she fell in love with poetry as a child. Banks released her debut single “Talk My Shit” in 2018, and her momentum has been growing ever since. And now that Erica’s aligned with both 1501 Certified and Warner Records the turn-up is real. “I make turn-up music, so that’s what we’re going to do,” says Banks. ‘We’re going to continue to push it. What’s better than that?'”

LA Weekly