#TransformationTuesday: QWERRRKOUT feat. Vidalia Anne Gentry
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Watch: Big Freedia “Rent” From Forthcoming New EP “3rd Ward Bounce”

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Fresh off a mega-performance, which included an 11-piece choir, at New Orleans Jazz Fest recently, the Queen of Bounce, Big Freedia has announced the June 1 release of her upcoming EP on Asylum Records, 3rd Ward Bounce.

 

Aerobic, ceaseless and a touch more mainstream than prior releases, the EP has all the signifiers of Freedia’s brand of Bounce—throbbing instrumentals, booming vocals, frenetic handclaps—with even sharper songwriting that pushes her sound into new territory. Lead single Rent is all attitude, rebuffing the type of people who occupy a space in your mind (watch “Rent” here), while Karaoke featuring Lizzo pounds along with robust horns, intended to become the freewheeling type of anthem that soundtracks a night out of singing. Elsewhere, the Goldiie-assisted “Play” nods to the “slay” echoed on Freedia’s “Formation” collab with Beyoncé, and “Bomb” plays like a chest-thump, a nod to all that Freedia’s accomplished.

 

Big Freedia:

“I just want to inspire people to understand that New Orleans culture is very special, it’s a phenomenal place and that we’re on a rise to bigger and better things and we speak it through our music and everyday living down here. The pain and suffering that we go through here in New Orleans, we take it and we flip it around.”

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