For those who aren’t familiar  with the Atlanta based rapper Bali Baby, now would be the perfect time to get familiar with her and fast before the industry bandwagon comes around. “I’m the top female artist in ma’ f****** Atlanta” stated Bali in her most popular interview to date with SayCheese via Youtube. And with all jokes aside, the mixtape titled Bali Brazy makes a very strong case for her statement to actually be true.

Even though the mixtape dropped near the anchor of 2016, her singles off the mixtape are still buzzing on the blog sites along with the streets of Atlanta going into the new year. With songs like “Right Now” and “Taxes” the “sugar trap” rapper herself has recently made some big waves alongside some big names. Including features from the likes of Lotto Savage, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Rico Nasty, and Big Wavey, Bali herself proved that she can really hold her own with the latest up and coming male rappers out of Atlanta. To say the least this mixtape is a complete turn up from start to finish.

To say the most, the artwork and title were deep inspirations from Bali’s overall life and the admiration’s within it. Already being a real right side affiliate, The mixtape title “Bali Brazy” partially came from that affiliation. “On my tape I have a whole bunch of wild ass brazy songs and I also have two sides to me, either brazy or bool so on this tape I wanted to show my brazy side”. This was definitely well displayed throughout the 15 track mixtape along with some very dope and unique production giving the Atlanta sound a new flavor. The tracks to look out for on this mixtape are Taxes featuring Hoodrich Pablo Juan and Rico Nasty, Iggady (Remix) featuring Rico Nasty again, and Right Now featuring Lotto Savage which also has a visual representation to go with the it.

Overall, I’m sure its safe to say that the Bali Brazy mixtape is a perfect example of a present shipped from your distant relative to you for Christmas that you actually end up getting in the middle of January. If you can’t relate it must be nice. You can definitely find this mixtape on itunes or you can download it on a mixtape app like MyMixtapes and Spinrilla. This mixtape has “SUPPA HOT FIRE” written all over it and yes she’s actually a rapper. “The best ma’ f****** female rapper out of Atlanta, muwah”.