Not only is this a new track by Miss Eaves, but she produced it herself, which is why she calls it “My Way”, as it’s all about her. Check it out and see how this moves you and everyone else within your vicinity.
Miss Eaves has returned not only with a new song, but as part of a duo with Clara Bizna$$. They call themselves Font Drama, and “Butter Biscuits” this one involves booty movements but only if you deserve it. The layers heard in this production makes this work for me, courtesy of Apple Juice Kid, so if you want to fully understand why “beans and rice didn’t miss these chicks”, press play. Turn this into the summer jam of 2014.
When you have a very young Miss Eaves shown on the cover, dressed as a rabbit while sitting on a wicker chair, you know that you have to listen to it. It’s a brand new street album Miss Eaves simple titled Eaves, nine tracks of grime that is sure to make this spring season jump even higher. You may stream it in full below, but to download it, head to the Soundcloud page for the link. Meanwhile, Miss Eaves has now entered the tradition of rattan chair album covers.
A few weeks ago I brought you a new project where Miss Eaves collaborated with Surfing Leons. Now watch the video for “Banga”, and if this isn’t ready-made to become the party anthem of 2013, I don’t know. Watch the video and get the party started right and proper.
Miss Eaves is back with a new one, and this time she ponders on finding the right companion in “Swatches”.
BTW: if you’ve only seen her music videos, she does her own video show too, all of which you can see on her YouTube page. Take a few minutes out of your day and have some fun.
From the artist that I felt gave us the best song of 2011 has now given us a video that welcomes us into 2012. She is Miss Eaves and she offers fans and naysayers and non-believers a “Diva Drop”. Take it, for she is ready to dominate in the new year. What I like about her music is her energy and the humor within the honesty, and I hope people will acknowledge and focus on these qualities.
Earlier this year, when I first became aware of Miss Eaves, I fell in love with her song “Pretty In Pink” because of its fun attitude, and to be honest, it was very real. In other words, she makes fun of her size and does it in a manner which goes back to the philosophy “get off your ass and dance, we’re all going to the same grave.” To my ears, the mix was good but felt like it was in a demo stage. She later did a new version with a lot more polish, the vocals were tighter and I said “this is it”.
Now she has an EP where she’s testing the waters, called Byte This. A few of the songs are slight variations of what you hear in “Pretty In Pink” but what I feel works is hearing this and knowing she could really take off in this decades of the 10’s.
I look at it this way: a lot of artists who mix up a club/electro vibe with a bit of hip-hop usually do it as a way to hide their true selves. Miss Eaves isn’t hiding, and that’s the opposite from the masks a lot of artists wear. To me, she’s saying “love me or leave me, but thank you for listening” and you can go on your merry way. But if you hear what I’m hearing, then I’d like to think she is someone worth keeping an eye and ear out for.