For the first time, Swisha House Records has signed a pop artist to their label, dubbing Hazel-E as the official Pop Princess of their camp. The singing beauty, who also possesses rapping chops, fits right in with her new label’s mates as a hip-pop singing emcee.
The risqué singer is certainly doing it for the mature ladies and unapologetically rocking her salacious valley girl swag. She is an avid supporter of the girl power movement and has announced the title of her upcoming album as Girl Code.
“Everybody knows what girl code is. They’re codes you’re not supposed to break that I want to put to the table because chicks can relate to me,” Hazel-E said. Us ladies need to stick together, stop being shady out here.”
The ultimate girly-girl has a unique rocker-glam style that she pairs with chic femininity and a plethora of shiny accessories. Hazel-E flaunts her assets and shows that it’s OK to be sexy without going overboard.
“We’ve gotta keep it positive, remember that education is key and not be out here doing anything we are not supposed to because it’s okay to use your beauty and brain,” Hazel-E said.
The self-proclaimed military brat made her way to Hollywood after graduating from Texas State University and worked behind the scenes until feeling confident enough to step into the limelight. An earlier track, “Pop My Butt,” was extremely catchy with the ladies. She featured Meagan Good in her TMZ spoof music video for the song, “Valley Girl.” In 2010 her debut mixtape, Shoe Fetish, was hosted by actor Idris Elba. Shortly after, she released Diary of a Valley Girl that was graced by voices such as LaLa Vasquez and Chamillionaire.
“I’m fun, and I don’t take myself too seriously. I love fashion and music and am just ready to rock out,” she said.
Being crowned princess of one of Houston’s most successful labels, this hip-popstress is definitely sporting her Swisha House tiara with a passionate purpose and has a bright career ahead as a star. –callye peyrovi