New from South African born rapper and vocalist G.O.D. Karma, “I’m That Bitch/Bad Bitch Party” brings an intense sense of urgency and purpose, raising the darkness, intensity, and a touch of dynamic. Conceptually things continue to get all the more interesting and unique. Karma’s voice sounds powerful, smart and stylish yet also passionate and sincere enough to hold your attention. Featuring a relentless rhythm that drives right through the heart of the track, “I’m That Bitch/Bad Bitch Party” floats through your consciousness for almost 4 minutes. G.O.D Karma comes through as fusing the melodic and bright elements of hip-hop with a notably more industrial-like production style. The result is something that hits hard and utilizes a relentless pace with an equally intense build-up tall the way through. The rhythm is great, and the various sections work well in crafting an easy-access anthem that fans of the genre will likely get hyped about each time it reappears.
Whether she’s weaving through catchy verses or the addicting hook, G.O.D Karma’s powerhouse bars remain strong over top of the heavy backbeat. “I’m That Bitch/Bad Bitch Party” is a track all about how confident, ambitious, and inspiring G.O.D. Karma is. Her quirky rhymes will leave you singing along to every bar and “I’m That Bitch/Bad Bitch Party” features a hook that will guarantee a second listen. We welcome this dope female artist into the BuzzMusic Family with open arms and we can’t wait to see what she delivers next!
Check out “I’m That Bitch/Bad Bitch Party” here and read more below in our exclusive interview!
Welcome to BuzzMusic G.O.D Karma! You give off a really confident aura through your music! Is this a skill you've developed over time or has it come naturally to you?
I would say both. I wasn’t always good at writing although music was always my passion. I realized I had to go through many of life’s challenges and overcome them to be able to master my craft and honestly I’m still learning as I create, but I guess now it is safe to say that I write as naturally as I breathe about everything from my thoughts, to my joys and even my struggles
In a male-dominated industry, what sets you apart as a female rapper and artist?
I actually compete with the males more than I do the females. I tease them about their “manhood” and about how I get more girls than them as a way of calling them out, challenging them and showing them I’m not really scared of none of them and I’ll easily take them on if need be. Additionally, I also bring my sexy, sensual, sassy flair which not be arrogant or anything they really can’t compete with.
“I’m That Bitch/Bad Bitch Party” was an incredibly versatile and catchy track. Where did you draw the inspiration to create this particular type of sound?
I got into the studio with a mine of my best friends/ producer- JiggySoWhat. I played him one of my recordings which are just random voice notes I record throughout the day whenever a beat or phrase inspires some bars in me and he really liked what he heard, next thing he composed a beat and I was laying more verses and discussing beat switches and the addition of sound effects such as dog barks and police sirens.
What do you hope your listeners take away from “I’m That Bitch/Bad Bitch Party”?
I hope they feel “badass” and like they own their thrown, crown and any challenges life throw at them and that they feel like that “IT” girl no one can compete with. Also, I hope they just feel like getting on the dance floor having a good time and just twerk to it and feel good and confident about themselves and in their own skin
Thanks for taking the time to chat with us! What’s next for you artistically? Does your creativity manifest itself in other ways?
I am currently working on an E.P with more trap music of course, but also some RnB tracks because besides rapping I can actually definitely hold a great note and hopefully through music I can explore other industries and passions such as the gyming scene, fashion especially lingerie which I’m really passionate about rocking and making and other surprises which I’d love to keep up my sleeve for the time being.