Providence native Iris Creamer is a Jill of all trades: her self-taught talents range from music production to fashion and graphic design and multi-media art. DENIM is a 10-track project exploring the creative boundaries of danceable Alternative Hip-Hop. Her debut project shares qualities reminiscent of Azealia Banks, Missy Elliot and Tyler, the Creator. Listeners are expecting to hear collaborations with fellow Rhode Island songstress Rosé Petal and TrippyAssVegas rapper Lunchbagg.

DENIM opens with “Electricity”, a static slow-paced love song. “Pink Pistol II” is an outspoken June Brone produced anthem reminding women not to settle for mediocre men. Iris remains protective over her energy in all aspects and doesn’t hesitate to ignore calls in “Cum Thru”. Electronic-infused “Lemme See” decorates bright images with captivation, passion and security highlighted by versatile rhyme schemes.

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Creamer and Rosé Petal tackle “Villains” with high esteem. The Providence native adamantly reminds us not to cross her realness. Petal’s passionately croons in transition to graphic wordplay in between. “Saucy” reads as an ambitious star-studded single. Creamer is used to attention while Lunchbagg’s syntax allows him to stunt in his wealthy lifestyle. “Golden Girl” exudes confidence in self-belonging built upon bubbly production. One thing is stressed: Be a golden girl like Creamer. The bonus track, “Fish in the Tank” identifies growth in attaining success. Creamer concludes her project on a strong note, reminding listeners to be unapologetic and one with themselves throughout life.

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Iris Creamer’s Denim freely explores soundscapes to showcase her creative versatility. The project is empowering and reassuring for one’s journey in achieving contentment with confidence. Creamer is not an artist who can be boxed in a genre. Her content is indeed refreshing as her crisp sound in “Lemme See”, “Golden Girl” and “Villains”.

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