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“Barbie Tingz” Interview with Karma, the South Florida trap barbie and femcee.

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I said yesterday in my review of Karma’s music video, Barbie Tingz, that watching the video:

“left me thinking that she is going to be big in the next year or two, whether it be for music or for being a personality. The same way Cardi B was able to pivot and become successful because of her relatability is what I see potentially happening with Karma. People are drawn to Cardi because we all know someone like Cardi and she keeps it real, etc. For me, it’s the same with Karma, and I can’t be the only one since she already has 63k followers on IG.”

Besides focusing on rap, one of the things I like to do on this blog is try and get the first interview with people that I think are going to make an impact on pop culture, which is why I interviewed ILOVEFRiDAY and the same reason why I reached out to Karma to interview her.

I am always experimenting with this blog in various ways and one of them being the interviews I conduct. Sometimes I do email, some are by phone, and then very recently I did one with GlokkNine by text. This interview with Karma I decided to do by DM, which you can read below.

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