Karlae Appears On The Wayne Ayers Podcast


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Young Stoner Life Records First Lady Karlae joined The Wayne Ayers Podcast latest episode to speak about her upcoming EP titled ENTER. This episode featured guest host Kori Nicole Barnes, who has worked with Wayne Ayers media company Where Is The Buzz in the past.

This Karlae interview was very insightful for people who aren’t aware of her and will ultimately make you a Karlae fan by the end of the episode. She spoke about helping her community and throwing events to help mentor young black children.

Karlae also revealed she’s not competing with any of the female rappers. She’s competing with herself and wants to improve every outing. The Young Stoner Life Records First Lady Karlae talked about how the mixtape will sound and Young Thug contributions to her debut mixtape.

The First Lady of Young Stoner Life Records recently released her music video for “Did That” which she wrote. The record was produced by Plaza and samples Kool & the Gang’s first number one R&B single, Hollywood Swinging. The music video was directed by Sam McKnight and draws inspiration from the incomparable 1990s hip-hop/rap era, and Mase’s debut single “Feel So Good.” It also features an appearance from Justin Combs. The overall vibe is ode to Black fashion, music and culture in the 90s, and the blonde hair is reminiscent of female hip-hop style icons like Mary J. Blige and Lil Kim.

Karlae's debut mixtape ENTER will be released this Friday. The mixtape will featured records with Lil Yachty and Gunna.

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