Concert preview: Oakland rapper Lil Debbie far from sweet

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Oakland MC/model/fashion designer Lil Debbie, born Jordan Capozzi 24 years ago, came up as part of Kreayshawn’s now-D.O.A. White Girl Mob. As a solo artist, the tatted-up Tinkerbell has tread similarly grimy ground, turning out boisterous verses that don’t stray too far from her comfort zone (note song titles like “Ratchets” and “Bitches”). The rapper’s look and a stage show might appear familiar to anyone who caught Miley Cyrus’ last arena tour (the former Disney star has been accused of “borrowing” from Debs), and she sports a similar screw-the-world attitude that carries over into her boastful verses.

Lil Debbie is supported here by a litany of artists, including Niq, Scooby Jr., Booman Da Don and more.

Photo courtesy of the artist

Skully's Music-Diner

9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 30

1151 N. High St., Short North