A terror-tinged performance from two breakout rappers, recorded live at the Cutting Room in Manhattan.
Atlanta native Bali Baby first emerged in 2016 with her viral hit “Dip Dip Freestyle,” and she has amassed a loyal online following with her ability to cultivate a new persona at every turn. There’s the R&B-esque “Bubbles Bali,” her rap moment on “Brazy Bali,” and a feature on Trippie Redd’s “Woah Woah Woah.” On her debut album Baylor Swift, she introduces a new personality, a character that is equal parts horror and sweet pop star. Performing at the Careful On the Pavement showcase, Bali Baby’s twisted horror fantasies come to life. Moving right along with the night’s spooky theme we’ve got a set by Lil Wop, whose most recent album Wopavelli 3, was released on Halloween. A rapper whose creaky voice sounds as if he’s just woken up from eternal slumber, it only seems fitting that he would perform an equally scary set at the Cutting Room.