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DreamDoll Drops New Mixtape Album Cover: “I’m Very Grateful”

The Bronx native unveiled her highly anticipated Bratz Doll-inspired cover.

DreamDoll has arrived. After years of grinding through the music scene and deleting several chart-topping feature films, the Bronx native is set to release her highly anticipated mixtape titled Life in Plastic 3: The Finale. Dream took to social media to share the colorful cover of her upcoming project with her 4.9 million followers.

DreamDoll in 2022 in Miami, Florida – Alberto Tamargo/Getty Images

“Thank you so much guys for being so patient with me over the past few years,” she wrote. “Verse after verse, year after year, you’ve seen how I’ve honed my craft, improved my artistry, and shown you the features I’ve been given (for which I’m so grateful) and now you can experience the new side of me on my OWN tracks.”

Post follows Dream’s appearance on Don Q’s latest mixtape Corleone, as well as Erica Banks’ Diary of A Flow Queen project. She continued in her celebratory post, “The cover depicts playing with my favorite Bratz doll head (where I beat her when she moved). And I had to bring her to life out of nostalgia and outdo the coverage of LIP2.”

It’s unclear when the eight-track project is set to drop, but DreamDoll says every song was “selected” by her. “8 songs may seem like a small batch of songs, but these eight songs were selected by me to finally end the Life in Plastic chapter.

In the meantime, check out DreamDoll’s Road To Summer Jam below.