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Friday, 26 July 2019

Junglepussy - Trader Joe

Shayna McHayle, better known by her stage name Junglepussy, is an American rapper and actress based in New York City. "Trader Joe" is her fantastic new single and this long form video Directed by Vincent Martell of VAM Studio is hilarious.  

I can hear the faint sounds of the NYC-based rapper munching on healthy snacks. She’s fresh off the release of her third studio album, JP3, and the just-in-time-for-summer rendering doesn’t disappoint: There are shoutouts to nourishing your heart and body—from the food you eat to the company you keep—laced with her signature vivacity, sex-positivity, and heaps of Caribbean vibes thanks to her Trinidadian-Jamaican roots.  How complex feelings spurred by trips to Trader Joe’s inspired the album’s first single, and the new addition to her skincare routine that has her feeling like Angela Bassett.

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