White-girl mob? Nope, but even better. Justina, a very fabulous and very Kreayshawn-like MC recording artist from Passaic County, New Jersey, can spit effortlessly. Not the saliva kind, but she throws down sick flows and still remains ladylike. Don't be fooled by her tough rock-star surface, Justina is a very fun-loving person with a bubbly personality. Her songs have been featured in hit shows such as "Smash," "True Life," and my freakin favorite show right now "Mob Wives." Her songs are perfect background fight-me-bitch music for that macho-man looking Drita D'Avanzo.
Anyway, Justina's career has been flying high, and she is certainly not going to stop rising to the top. Her lovable funky, edgy, hip-hop style is the kind of style that most fail to pull-off these days. Justina recently released a new video for her catchy-yet-gansta song "Bubble Gum." The song is a very woman-power, going out with my girls kind of song, but she jokes about having an addiction to gum. The video is introduced by an Orbits Gum lady look-alike, saying "Dirty mouth? Clean it up!" I thought this was a very funny and capturing introduction to a video, and really brings out the more humorous side of Justina, in addition to her and her girls tying up a liquor-store clerk and stealing all the bubble gum they could.
The girls in this video are fierce, tough, ready to party, and literally so bootylicious Beyonce couldn't even handle them. What does Justina have that all these other female MCs like Ke$ha and Kreayshawn don't have? Fuel and energy for her career that will not wear off in a couple of months. She also has an adorable fuck-you face that will leave her mark in the hip-hop world.
After just signing with SRC/Universal Records, Justina has released her newest mixtape "Route 80," recorded with multi-platinum producers Shy Boogs, Mr.Lee and JR. Rotem. She recently performed at the Warped Tour Kick-Off in Los Angeles, California, and will be performing at the 2012 Warped Tour all summer! Justina is hot hot hot!
Chew into this; "Bubble Gum" by Justina: