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Bella Thorne, Pussy Mine (2018) Review

Published on May 19, 2019

Release date

July 27, 2018

'Pussy Mine' is a revolving door of bar spits that could quite possibly put Bella Thorne on the Hip Hop map!

Distributor

Filthy Fangs

Format

Digital Download

Bella Thorne was never a Disney fixture in my family home while growing up, and it wasn’t until her name became attached to Dimension Films’ 'Amityville: The Awakening' that the artist came onto my radar. I’d later witness her acting range in the rancorous sequel and also in 'You Get Me' and 'The Babysitter', where she proved herself to be a competent entertainer.

 

Besides acting and the obligatory musical career, like so many other Disney ex-act rebels that grew up in the limelight Thorne made the same conscious decision to change lanes in order to broaden her appeal. She shook her booty, forgot to wear a bra and presented herself in disarray during several guest appearances on Tana Mongeau’s YouTube channel and displayed other strings to her fiddle as a Logan Paul video girl, painter and fashionista.

 

More recently Thorne has turned her focus on music, contributing five songs to the soundtrack of 'Midnight Sun', including the lead single 'Burn So Bright', a saturnine tune that’s sickly sweet with little to no infectious vibe whatsoever. Soundtrack fillers aside, the grounded rebel additionally dropped several rap anthems. I use the term anthem loosely, as over the last few months and Friday just gone Thorne released her most unmelodious effort yet – 'Pussy Mine', an absorbed paradox produced by the 20-year-old entertainer’s boyfriend Mod Sun.

"Pussy Mine is a game changer and possibly Thorne’s most edgy material yet! The actress turned rapper’s previous attempts at hip hop consisted of falling foul of being a guilty pleasure, but this time around she spits bars like her life depends on it, and surprisingly it pays off."

Unlike her first two singles 'Bitch I’m Bella Thorne' and 'G.O.A.T.', which dropped back in May, 'Pussy Mine' is a game changer and possibly Thorne’s most edgy material yet! The actress turned rapper’s previous attempts at hip hop consisted of falling foul of being a guilty pleasure, but this time around she spits bars like her life depends on it, and surprisingly it pays off.

Embracing her bisexual identity, Thorne shares more explicitly queer content and, scantily clad, quips as she raps:

Oh, I love the way she say that pussy mine

Oh, I work that pussy out like nine to five

Oh, can’t get that pussy off of my mind

Oh, hit it from the front, then I hit that pussy from behind

 

The discordant yet scintillating track is produced with elegance and style considering its lyrical content and inadvertently manages to distinguish itself as its own entity with little to no association with Mod Sun’s distinct style of producing besides the penchant to dry hump her own vocal cords, which Mod so often does. Sure, the production value is nowhere near as polished as 'Call it Whatever' and Borgore feat. Bella Thorne, 'Salad Dressing' (a favourite of mine), but it paves the way for the all-round entertainer to branch off into the underbelly of hip hop.

Earlier material seemed like Thorne was only trying to be edgy and appeal to her teen market entering puberty, who had nothing to spend their allowance on, but 'Pussy Mine' feels authentic and finally feels as if Thorne has found her calling card.