Chicago, IL —Cream makes her mark with a fresh fall single, “Look @ Me,” sizzling off the decks. Following her luxury-club bop, “New Flavor,” listeners are familiar with infamous Cream-isms – this is her ability to flip old records in ways that the audience least expects, and ultimately wins them over. Cream takes a recognizable synth arpeggiator from Justin Timberlake’s “My Love” and ramps it up to create a moment right off the top. A brilliant move where one can’t help but look.
Listeners are then greeted by Cream’s ridiculously heavy bars flowing over top of a pop adjacent beat. Reminiscent of “Video Phone” era hooks by Lady Gaga, Cream and Tonya Green deliver something perfectly ready for the Tik Tok/IG lovers to create memorable and shareable content.
We already know Cream can deliver a cadence that establishes her front and center. It’s an easy song to drop the top or pop a cork to. Support from Gaimchng3r Ent. continues as they push steadily behind this dope new track. Thanks to CEO, Cary Calvin and producers, Darryl Polk & Mark Carter, the record is ready to hit streets, clubs and playlists all over.
“Look @ Me” is another labor of love from this dedicated, music loving team. Chicago is known for its devoted hip-hop classes, and Cream is a star shining in the world amongst them. “Look@ME” is a track that can easily run up streams and catch fire if given the right attention. It’s fun to listen to and made for fans who need a reminder of their own confidence. The hook demands it. Cream and Tonya deliver great performances through their own female empowerment and choice of lyrics.
Deborah Sims, who creates under the moniker Cream (f.k.a Azazla Zetanica), launched her music career in 2012. She remains one of hip-hop’s most intriguing figures with a successful rollout for her best-known songs ‘BOSSIN UP’ & ‘Lying Ass.’
Cream effortlessly switches between singing and rapping with excellent lyricism on each record. Her close circle, and even those who meet her for the first time, experience joy.
However, Cream’s rise to fame was meteoric, initiated due to a feature on a 2011 mixtape in collaboration with artists like A$AP Rocky, Chris Brown, and Nicki Minaj. Cream’s success took off after she was featured in El Barrio and Soul Central Magazine in London.
She is not only an artist, but she also plays a minor role in an independent film, Disconnected from 2018. This film featured in the Chicago Tribune after selling out theaters all across Illinois. Cream’s waves in Chicago came with hit singles “Krispy Kreem,” which played on Power 92.3 FM and Shade 45 The Drive for months. Shortly after, she gained the opportunity to perform at Layzie Bone’s birthday party at the Las Vegas Beauty Bar. South-Central Cartel’s, Havoc, noticed that performance and was so impressed with her skills, he offered to sign her to his record label Gaimchng3r Entertainment which is how Azazla Zetanica eventually rebranded and transformed into Cream.
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