Not for the faint of heart, Plastic Little strings together tracks on politics, sex, race, and drugs with universal irreverence and self-deprecating wit. Called "gallery rap" by Vice magazine, then later banned by Vice magazine, and then even later unbanned from Vice, P-Little vacillates between smooth lover-lover raps and straight-up party anthems. Pack of Rats, Kurt Grussle, and Chalk Dust spit art school-educated rhymes with a fierceness. In P-little's world it's always rap-o-clock. Plus production from Diplo (that Diplo), Whoredini (Prostitution), and Squid, an oceanic legend hell bent on leaving no mermaid unmolested. Baltimore's Spank Rock makes a special appearance courtesy of Big Dada. She's Mature features artwork by ESPO.
Lock up your electroclash bitches, P Little is out to get their holler on.