Keeping It Real With Bon Qui Qui (Part 3)
With her album "Merry Hoodmas" out now, Bon Qui Qui tells us why you should purchase her EP and much more.
“Like Iggy Azalea on a King Burger budget,” reads the biography of rapper Bon Qui Qui.
Nearly two years after the release of her first album “Gold Plated Dreams,” the alter ego of comedian Anjelah-Johnson Reyes is bringing “the hood” to the holiday season with her Christmas album “Merry Hoodmas.” The EP features four songs including Bon Qui Qui's favorite Deck the Ho's.
Like no holiday album you have ever heard before, “Merry Hoodmas” doesn't feature jingles about the merriment of the festive season, but about the annoying Christmas shoppers and one of Bon Qui Qui's favorite hobbies— slaying.
In part 3 of the 3-part special of “What Would Bon Qui Qui Do?” the recording artist tells Chica why you should purchase her EP, what you should do with a cheap date and much more. If you're having a hard time letting go of Christmas—like most of us—be sure to listen to “Merry Hoodmas,” available on iTunes now.