Mixtape Review of Shanell – Nobod’s Bitch 2, courtesy of Meaghan Garvey
It’s not easy being a YMCMB benchwarmer. The biggest look of Shanell’s career thus far is a guest spot on “PromQueen,” the lead single from Rebirth, generally considered to be Lil Wayne’s worst album. She’s yet to release an official album (though she pops up on a Young Money compilation once every five or so years) and at this point, that cause is long since lost. But that’s a shame: Shanell might just be the most underappreciated member of the YMCMB roster (all due respect to Gudda Gudda), and she proved that on 2012’s criminally slept-on Nobody’sBitch.
From the jump, it was clear that Nobody’s Bitch wasn’t just a mixtape—it was a thesis statement. “The Opening Statement” has Shanell objectifying a nameless man: “Can you rotate slowly so I can Read more…
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