Continuing a scorching hot streak this year, 4Hunnid Records First Lady Day Sulan presents her brand new Crazy Girls EP out now. Listen to Crazy Girls—HERE.
The seven-track EP finds Day at her most charismatic and confident. Right out of the gate, her vivid wordplay cuts through “Stop Playin.” Mirroring a phone conversation, she demands, “What you doing? Where you at? Who you with? Stop playing with me!” For all the lyrical bravado, she also leans into her R&B bag on the sultry and slick “Slide-In” [feat. YG]. Her melodic verses give way to a barrage of bold rhymes from 4Hunnid Records Founder and multiplatinum L.A. rap superstar YG. The project concludes on the instantly entrancing “Say It’s Over.” Finger-snaps, airy guitar, and a thick bass line murmur beneath her delicate croon. Powered by early singles such as “Pro” and “Gravity,” the EP has already generated millions of streams.
Check out the full tracklisting below.
She paved the way for Crazy Girls with “Teach U How To Play.” Inciting widespread critical applause, NPR touted the track among its “Heat Check Roundup” and observed, “Over a punchy bass line, Sulan seems to push right up to you, sneering all the while.” OkayPlayer spotlighted it among “Best Female Rap Videos To Drop Last Week” and asserted, “The upbeat single is a great addition to the ongoing crop of female rappers that have been steadily releasing music throughout the pandemic.” RapRadar raved, “Over a bouncy beat by T-Lew, the first lady of YG’s 4Hunnid label keeps it a cut above the boys as she schemingly raps.”
Rising up out of South Central, Day Sulan has emerged as one of the West Coast’s fieriest voices. She not only lit up a pair of tracks on 4Hunnid’s inaugural compilation, 4 Hunnid Presents: Gang Affiliated, but along the way, she has also received praise from Complex, LA Weekly UPROXX, and KAZI who dubbed her “The Princess of 4Hunnid.” Plus, she has posted up millions of streams and views.
CRAZY GIRLS EP
1. Stop Playin
2. Can’t Do It Like This, No Control
4. Teach U How To Play
6. Slide-In (feat. YG)
7. Say It’s Over