Premiere: Miss Blanks links up with Moonbase for take-no-prisoners track, Skinny Bitches

Premiere: Miss Blanks links up with Moonbase for take-no-prisoners track, Skinny Bitches

Miss Blanks' monster 2017 marches along to the beat of a banging drum.

Header photo by Laura Du Vé.

Hard to believe it's already been six months since we first featured Brisbane's Miss Blanks, bursting out of the blocks with Clap Clap. Since then she's not put a foot wrong, dropping heat like Freq U and putting in a series of impressive performances, most recently wowing crowds at BIGSOUND and Listen Out in Brissy last month. And while there's only a few months of the year left, that's plenty of time for Miss Blanks to continue killing the game, and we're stoked to unveil the next phase - this monster colab with producer Moonbase. The two are pretty perfect matches, with Moonbase's penchant for mean beats linking up perfectly with Miss Blanks spitting the kinda venom you might expect from a track called Skinny Bitches:

"Skinny Bitches is a diss track to all the basic bitches that look down on thicc girls yet wanna flex on the ‘gram with #thicc #bootygoals... Mainly, the song is just a major all-round ‘fuck you’ to Eurocentric beauty standards - we need more representations of femininity and womanhood. The track was produced by my label papi, Moonbase, and I think he knocked it out of the park with the production on this. I love heavy bass and anything that makes me wanna stomp a hoe!"

Check it out below, and catch Miss Blanks live at the launch of Beaut XVIII at The Toff October 14, and Formations at Sydney's Manning Bar October 21.

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