Rapper Mz. 007 is Fat, Fly and Very Important

Sometimes you just have to let folks, scratch that, let the whole world know who you are and that you’re important. Enter St. Louis, MO rapper, Mz. 007 who is doing just that with her song ‘Important’ where she declares with authority, “pass me a drink, I’m important.”

Let’s start off with what is probably the most important thing – Mz. 007 is not the average sized female rapper or performer. In today’s society where everyone seems to be a size 0 or 2 and yet somehow has an enormous behind (major side eye), Mz. 007 is a plus-size, full-figured woman. Well, that’s me being politically correct. Mz. 007 has cut no cards and kicks off the song by saying, “So, I told a bitch I’m fat, you ugly. I can fix fat, you can’t fix ugly.”

Kabooom! Guess who stepped in the room!

The rest of the song is filled with a hip hop swagger and bravado usually reserved for Mz. O07’s male counterparts. You can’t help but nod your head and bounce a little as the bass and the beat fill your soul.

The song is not terribly serious, but it’s great song to play before you head out to party with your girls on a Saturday night. I mean lines like, “I’m coming through, bitch, I’m gorgeous,” are the soundtrack for an epic pre-game.

Besides, Mz. 007 doesn’t spend any time talking about her sexual proclivities, her looks, or how many men she bagged. Nope. The focus is all on her and the fact that she’s important. And that’s awesome. She also posts photos of herself on her Facebook page with the hashtag #FATFLYCHICK.

The song is fresh and fun, but above all that Mz. 007 looks like she’s having fun during the entire video. The confidence Mz. 007 radiates is refreshing in a time when female entertainers have to be cookie cutter in size, looks, and sound.

But is the world ready for that? Many of the top comments on her YouTube video attack Mz. 007’s weight first as if it’s an immediate dismissal of her skills as a rapper or that she can even be a rapper. Oh. But it’s ok for pre-diet Rick Ross to walk around without a shirt on? Ok. A self-proclaimed fat girl is aware that she’s fat. So what else you got?

Here’s hoping Mz. 007 keeps doing what she’s doing because she is very important.

Check out the video below.

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  • Charmingcharlii

    call me shallow but I like her.. no buying an album but its interesting. I think the appeal is despite being .. who she is.. you can tell she is comfortable in her skin and that always rocks!

  • Played her song last Friday night on my radio show. Am totally in her corner until further notice. As long as I do not have to see most if not all of her butt cheeks OR endure hearing her talking about who she’s screwing I’ll roll with her. And yeah folks, most definitely Black folks, are gonna come for her…she dark and fat and those type of Blacks folks normally DO NOT get much if any avid support from the Black collective…not really. So yeah Rick Ross can roll through the pop culture landscape with his shirt off, exposing his majestic love mound aka his fat stomach and man boobies with little to any contempt shown him. But Mz007 will get plenty of ‘Precious’ shade thrown her way and that’s sad. As for her health…unless you been to the doctor’s office and know what her A1C is or her cholesterol count my suggestion is to stop with the passive-aggressive back handed insult of overlooking the person to play ‘I’m just a worried citizen for your health’ routine.

  • Sam

    I wasn’t really into the song, but I love her attitude. I’m so glad people are embracing her as well.

  • MeluKnows

    What are we celebrating here? The song was weak & sophomoric. It be one thing if she was a good lyricist but this song is in the vein as “I’m Different”. Nope….Can’t can’t do it….Can’t support mediocrity.