Chanel West Coast just proved that her skill-set isn’t limited to cracking jokes on “Ridiculousness” and rapping. The 32-year-old MTV face, fresh from dropping her pandemic-penned “America’s Sweetheart” album, uploaded a fresh video for her 3.5 million Instagram followers last night, offering a live stage performance, a skimpy look, and a giant moves show-off for her EP’s “Easy” track. The song, featuring Anaya Lovenote and Salma Slims, got big-time repped, and a braless Daisy Dukes outfit saw West Coast looking her best. Check it out below.
Scroll for the video. Challenging dance moves are seemingly no problem for Chanel, who impressed fans while squatting down on tip-toe with open legs and for a shimmying upper-body flaunt while singing and co-ordinating the lyrics – the mic was clipped to the rapper’s face.
Outfits are never dull with this rapper. Chanel, wearing tiny black Daisy Dukes, high-top sneakers, and a skimpy graphic top with a no-bra and peep-hole finish, showed off the stunning figure, also rocking the Ariana Grande-style high ponytail that went blonde for “40 Yard Dash.”
The video, also driving fans to check out Chanel’s latest v-log, came captioned: “New vlog from my virtual show w/ @_streamlive! Go subscribe to my channel youtube.com/chanelwestcoast.”
If you haven’t heard Chanel’s new album, you might want to give it a listen. It doesn’t include the rapper’s now-viral “Corona Rap,” but with mentions of being “socially distant” on “Heaven’s Calling” and “No Plans” bringing Chanel bikini-clad inside a $50 million mansion, it’s quite the ride. Less easy-going, though, has been Chanel opening up on the hip-hop world.
See what Chanel has faced from producers after the video.
Chanel, who sings and does it angelically on “Vinyl,” last month opened up on Angela Yee’s “Lip Service” podcast. The LOL Cartel founder revealed hip-hop to be pretty ugly, in particular, producers who had basically told her to rap less.
“I’ve had a lot of resistance as a rapper,” Chanel said. “I’ve had a lot of producers and people tell me ‘Maybe you should sing more.”
The important people count, though. It was rapper Lil Wayne who made music happen for Chanel, signing her to his Young Money Entertainment label back in 2012.
Chanel, who is currently brunette but has rocked everything from peroxide-blonde to ice-blue hair this past year, just keeps delivering with the statement looks. In 2019, it was dominatrix -style in a leather corset for “Sharon Stoned” before a full Western cowgirl look for “Old Fashioned.”
2020, meanwhile, brings the “America’s Sweetheart” looks. They’ve included an open trench coat and sheer undies for “Heaven’s Calling,” a bikini with giant angel wings for the same track, plus Chanel choosing no less than five Halloween outfits this year. Scroll for her naughty Chucky doll look.