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East New York (Brooklyn) native, Billy B, releases her latest single produced by Kyle Justice. “Supa Fly” boasts a classic Missy Elliot sample over a bass-heavy production.

Billy’s delivery and lyrical content have undeniably evolved over these past few years. Her growth and maturity are evident in her new found confidence on the mic. Billy B isn’t just “stunting” on her new record, she’s solidifying her validity in a male dominated industry.

The single also serves as the follow-up to her Skeme-assisted single, “Gettin Mine.”

In case you missed it, check out her latest video “Gettin Mine”, which was premiered by Complex last October:

Twitter:  @BillyBTHC

About Billy B

Jahdira Atkins, better known as Billy B, is the newest female MC out of Brooklyn. While she is still the “new kid on the block,” Billy B has a couple notable projects under her belt. She was featured on 40Thousand’s “Digital Cocaine” mixtape, collaborated with Chicago’s Swagg Dinero and was featured on Loot Clothing’s street mixtape. This past August, Billy released her debut project, “Buck 50.”

When asked how she would describe her music: “It’s sexy, hardcore rap. I owe my “rawness” to the streets of East New York and Flatbush. I’m that pretty girl from the hood who raps (good), you know?”

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