Shitty Princess is sort of the fascinating artist. She produces chart-topping dance music with tens of thousands and thousands of streams and performs DJ units anonymously with a lampshade masks, rigorously concealing her true identification. On the reside circuit, Shitty Princess might be discovered throwing her personal competition referred to as Princessfest or opening for the likes of Submit Malone, Migos, and Dillon Francis.
Shitty Princess additionally excels within the style world as a forward-thinking inventive, most not too long ago remixing her merchandise for New York Vogue Week ‘21 by dropping a couture line referred to as Sh!tty Princess Pink Label. From spellbinding music to intriguing style, it’s all a part of Shitty Princess’ fascinating, imaginative world.
Being born into an notorious cult in India, becoming a member of musical royalty because the daughter-in-law of Cher and Gregg Allman, and getting into a lineage of legendary artists together with Allman to carry out on the infamous San Quentin State Jail appears like a far-reaching fantasy, but it surely’s nothing lower than actuality for Queeny King.
Queeny was initially found on the Heike Makatsch present on Germany’s RTL2, ultimately signed together with her siblings to EMI Germany the place she was extensively ready for the music enterprise earlier than leaving the band in pursuit of her personal profession. That route led to her first solo efficiency on the San Quentin State Jail the place she enlisted none aside from Deadsy and Queens Of The Stone Age for a standing ovation-inducing present.
Queeny made her debut in 2020 with the pop pleasant single, “Freakshow” and now she’s again with a extremely anticipated collaboration with Shitty Princess, “Make Me Child“. It’s an infectious dance-pop observe that contains a vivid vocal and heat melodies that seems like a success in each method. They debuted the one throughout their very personal headlining New York Vogue Week present this 12 months, the highlights of that are strung by an eye-popping lyric video and social media.
Take heed to “Make Me Child” beneath!