San Francisco Rap Queen Cryssy Cola comes with a street eccentric new 9-track project titled “Devil Eyes”, and starts the album with a tribute to the late Young Slo-Be in “Shay Shay Flo”.
Cryssy Cola shows her hand in “Left Right”, and her delivery and message commands respect with every bar that drops, till East Oakland standout D-Lo comes to ether his verse. The visual is fire, one to watch on YouTube.
In the song “Toxic” she’s living life on her own terms, and the single resonates with all the single and independent women in the world.
She continues the path towards independence in “Bxtch Please”, and sends shots at former love interests and talks about what she can’t be! The song fire, and Richmond Rapper BLA$TA drops a memorable verse on the album!
The album is an authentic album from an authentic rapper who got bars that could be respected by a hip hop artist, for 9 tracks there is something here for anyone, and the lyrics resonate to listeners who deal with the triumphs of being down and getting back up.
Cryssy Cola is a refreshing and pleasant artist to join the San Francisco Skyline and we continue to enjoy watching her growth and determination.