Picture it in skywriting above the Golden Gate Bridge: "Nobody gettin' over me/ I got the swag and it’s pumping out my ovaries." Whether that's one giant leap for feminism or just a rallying cry for swag rap's female generation probably doesn't matter much to Bay Area native Kreayshawn – she raps about being an Adderall dealer; it's doubtful she cares what you think. Born Natassia Zolot, the 21 year-old rapper/filmmaker has enjoyed a meteoric career trajectory in the first half of 2011, dropping an internet-acclaimed mixtape, earning accolades from the likes of Snoop Dogg, garnering many millions of Youtube views for her (ridiculously addictive) "Gucci Gucci," and, perhaps most important of all, establishing herself as down with hip-hop's most notorious crew, Odd Future. Zolot's aesthetic is as compelling as it is bizarre; she's like an escapee from the Mickey Mouse Club raised by hip-hop kids on the streets of Oakland. It makes for music that's as goofy at times as Salt & Peppa's, and as graphic at others as Odd Future kingpin Tyler, the Creator's.