“Whatchu lil hoes doin’ slayin’ per usual,” spits International salbahe pop star K Rizz on her mixtape’s title track, “Flirty Sprite,” offering a glam rebuttal to Future’s vicious 2011 cut, “Dirty Sprite.”
The entire six-track project was a way for the NYC artist to sprinkle some Slaysian spice onto a few of her favorite tracks, questioning how men’s lyrics really resonate with women. Rizz promises “glam chicks, MUA’s and ladies around the world are going to get their life” after hearing this new music.
Beyond its eyebrow-singeing Future cover, which is bound to be the “Yes Bitch” of 2016, Flirty Sprite offers the singer’s take on “What A Time To Be Alive”—a Future x Drake collab that’s been renamed, “Reverse Cowgirl” where she slyly coos irresistible lines like, “I’m in control, but I could be a slave.”
Flirty Sprite comes equipped with original tracks, as well, each produced by Rizz’s go-to producer Roc’well. “Facts,” dripping in dramatic synths and muddy bass, sounds like a late ’90s Neptunes-produced Kelis cut, while the mixtape closer, “Answer Me,” allows the singer’s dynamic vocals to really shine.
Listen to the BULLETT premiere of Flirty Sprite, below, because “if the guys love Dirty Sprite, then the ladies love Flirty Sprite:”