Chanel West Coast needs all the help she can get right now. The 32-year-old rapper and “Ridiculousness” star has technically been doing super-well since the October release of her debut studio album “America’s Sweetheart,” but the 1 million streams Chanel recently celebrated seemingly aren’t enough. The hard-hitting, go-getting MTV face’s weekend Instagram stories pleaded with fans to “help” get the figures even higher, and the look came with the killer sheer corset outfit donned on the album’s cover. Check it out below.
Scroll for the corset action. If you aren’t up-to-date, “America’s Sweetheart” brings 19 tracks including pandemic-penned “No Plans,” plus some pretty epic music videos, with “Heaven’s Calling” seeing West Coast in sheer undies while inside a church.
On Saturday, Chanel posted for her 3.5 million followers with some stats. Spotify figures show 184,389 monthly listeners, with Chanel, showing off her tan sheer-cupped corset-and-hat look, seen posing in the grass and palm-tree setting listeners of the album will already be familiar with.
Keep scrolling for a full look at the corset. Chanel wrote: “Shout out to my 184k monthly listeners on @spotify,” adding: “Help me spread the word about my music and get these numbers up! Appreciate all the love & support!”
In fact, it hasn’t just been an album drop from Chanel. The rapper is fresh from releasing her super-fun “West Coast Christmas” single just in time for the holidays, with the cover for that seeing her in a red-and-green Xmas bikini and miniskirt.
Chanel’s album, which includes 2019-released “Black Roses,” brings the star in her true chameleon element. “40 Yard Dash” is a track showing off an NFL vibe as Chanel goes full football player in tiny shorts and with a blonde high ponytail, with “Heaven’s Calling” seeing fans dub the beauty a Victoria’s Secret Angel thanks to promo seeing her sandwiching a cage in a bikini and giant angel wings.
Chanel has also opened up on why the album has its “America’s Sweetheart” name.
Speaking of her independently-released record – not affiliated with any label – Chanel said: “I called this album America’s Sweetheart because it’s an oxymoron and contradicts the perception that many have of me.”
“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.”
If you dig this chick and want to check out some pretty awesome vocals, make her weekend and stream “America’s Sweetheart.” Scroll for the sheer church undies.