Kenzo B and her Hood Love Story: Drill rapper Kenzo B has released new single, plus a lyric video, called “Hood Love Story.”

The song sees Kenzo B clearly stating her case, as she rapid-raps “Like look, we ain’t Bonnie and Clyde, but like Bonnie you know I’m a ride.” Later adding, “None of these b**ches ain’t ready to slide, I’m the first one to glide, don’t ever get to twisted.”

According to the press release, “The track hinges on a dreamy guitar loop. It wraps around the beat as she spits rapid-fire verses breathlessly. In the midst of the flurry, she asks, ‘Who you gonna call when the shit getting real?’ Ultimately, her verbal prowess drives ‘Hood Love Story,’ painting a compelling picture in vivid detail. It once again reaffirms Kenzo B as a fierce female force to be reckoned with in a male-dominated genre.”

Hear it below.

Kenzo B and her Hood Love Story: Kenzo B’s “Hood Love Story” is out now.


Press bio:

Kenzo B continues her prolific run. She recently dropped “No Tweakin.” It amplified buzz around the rising star with the scorching music video. With nods from the likes of Vulture, she’s undoubtedly on the cusp of a major breakthrough right now. And with significant traction picking up on streaming platforms, her previously released “Sanctioned” also attracted high praise. The FADER included it on “The Rap Report” and proclaimed, “She can really rap, man.”
Rising up from The Bronx at just 18 years old, Kenzo B burst out of the gate with “Bump It” which has already racked up 1.4 million YouTube views on its music video and 281K Spotify streams. Pitchfork hailed “The Realest” as “The must-hear rap song of the day,” and asserted, “The Bronx drill flamethrower fast raps like she’s hardly busting a sweat.” She continues to amplify this buzz with earth-shaking force and is poised to make 2022 her breakout year.






































































































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