Chanel West Coast is spreading ’em while recording new beats. The 32-year-old rapper and “Ridiculousness” star, in the news for both the MTV show she stars on and her new album of late, last night updated her Instagram with a little studio action, and it was hot stuff. Chanel, followed by 3.5 million on her IG, updated suggesting that October 2020-dropped “America’s Sweetheart” ain’t her last album, although no more clues were offered as the hard-hitter showcased her night. Check it out below.
Scroll for the photos. They came with one thing that’s been steady on Chanel’s Instagram. The Fashion Nova partner might front an affordable clothing brand, but it’s designer all the way for most looks, with the luxury Balenciaga brand mentioned in West Coast’s lyrics featuring – big time.
Posing amid an animal-print rug and all-black studio for late-night shots, Chanel showcased her fierce curves in a skin-tight and hot pink Balenciaga top covered in the Spanish label’s monogram, also sporting tight black pants and a wintry beanie.
Chanel, who went bad bunny with her shots and posed with her new brunette hair, showcased her serious side via her studio presence, but it was all cheek with a swipe to the right as West Coast parted her legs while in chunky boots.
Musical emoji and a heart were the only caption, with Chanel closing her post by posing all cozied up on her chair. The LOL Cartel founder was quickly called a “cutie,” with a like even coming in from “Jersey Shore” face Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi.
If you haven’t heard Chanel’s new album, it’s been making waves. The “No Plans” rapper’s EP features her pandemic-penned track, also including the new “40 Yard Dash,” a song seeing Chanel channel NFL vibes while in a frontless top, tiny football shorts, plus a helmet and stripper boots.
Also on the album is 2019-released “Black Roses,” plus “Heaven’s Calling,” which brings Chanel in sheer undies and shot inside a church. Chanel even had to censor photos from that shoot to stay inside Instagram’s rules. See them below!
Chanel, who went viral last year with her “Corona Rap,” has opened up on the name she chose for her album.
“I called this album America’s Sweetheart because it’s an oxymoron and contradicts the perception that many have of me,” she said. “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.”
Meanwhile, the rapper continues to promote her appearances on “Ridiculousness,” a show she’s starred on since 2011. Scroll for the see-through undies!