Clip talks her extremely athletic family, the similarities between small town Texans and big city NY models, being accidentally popular, and performs “SHOUTOUT K9” live in studio
You’re not going to find a lot of Clip‘s music on streaming platforms yet. Her underground hit “SAD B!TCH” sits alone on DSPs, but a quick trip to her Soundcloud page will show you why the industry is salivating over her. Her versatility and style is instantly apparent, and with the well established aesthetic of someone raised on the internet, it’s only a matter of time until she and her gang Burn All Sex Dolls pop off something major.
Born in Brooklyn to scholarship athlete parents, and raised partly in Fort Worth, TX after the family relocated, her journey into music started when her NFL player uncle bought her an iPod touch with GarageBand installed on it. The first song she ever put online, a cover of SZA and Willow Smith’s “9” got attention from former guest Cuco, and she was on her way. Clip has a magnetic energy, and a natural penchant for gaining a following so I really think she might be a sure thing.
Tune in to hear her talk about her extremely athletic family, the similarities between small town Texans and big city NY models, and being accidentally popular.