Chanel West Coast in a see-through corset was 100% what Instagram needed as the weekend kicked off. The 32-year-old rapper and “Ridiculousness” star’s Friday update came as one more reminder that newly-dropped “America’s Sweetheart” album is available for streaming, with Chanel posing in the headline-making look forming the 19-track EP’s cover. Chanel, followed by 3.5 million, sent fans her most glamorous vibes, and she’s getting told her music is all kinds of dope. Check out the photo and the latest from Chanel below.
Scroll for the photo. Chanel, whose endless carousel of looks brought no less than five Halloween outfits this year, was back to classic bombshell. The photo showed the “No Plans” rapper amid lawns and backed by blue skies and palms – major Cali vibes from the L.A.-based rapper, with Chanel showing off her tiny waist and killer curves in all their bronzed glory.
It’s a tiny outfit, but for West Coast’s fans, it’s doing the trick. Chanel’s nude-colored, paneled, and sheer-bodiced corset came with a tiny see-through white cover-up, with shades and a large floppy hat adding more glam.
Keep scrolling for more photos. Chanel took to her caption in full promo mode, writing: “#AmericasSweetheart album out now! LINK IN BIO! Comment what your fave song on the album is! ????.”
Chanel, who ranted back in February that she doesn’t get enough Instagram likes, brought in plenty – plus comments. And fans had read the caption.
“Heaven’s calling is siiiick!” one replied – just one of many replies seeing a fanbase who’s been listening. That might have something to do with “Heaven’s Calling” getting promoted with Chanel in a bikini and angel wings, though.
Chanel, whose album follows 2019 tracks including “Sharon Stoned” and “Anchors,” has been opening up on her pandemic-penned record.
“I called this album America’s Sweetheart because it’s an oxymoron and contradicts the perception that many have of me,” she said, adding: “I have flaws. I’ve made mistakes. I’ve benefitted from white privilege and I’ve had second chances in life that, unfortunately, many people have not received.”
Chanel has also been opening up on not having it easy in hip-hop. Scroll for what she had to say.
Chanel, signed by Lil Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment label back in 2012, recently spoke on Angela Yee’s “Lip Service” podcast, revealing the extent of adversity she’s faced.
“I’ve had a lot of resistance as a rapper,” she admitted. “I’ve had a lot of producers and people tell me ‘Maybe you should sing more.”
The LOL Cartel founder added: “I think that a lot of people were confused, like, ‘why is this girl a rapper’, what’s your struggle, where do you come from. People don’t know that I’ve been rapping since I was a brokea–.”