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Album Review

Pop singer/rapper K. Flay can initially be seen as a less likely Lorde or the long lost offspring of Amanda Palmer who has come back with all the spite of one who has been unwillingly long lost. A couple listens later and she's more hip-hop and punk than all that, and drops the word "s**t" as much as possible, but her professional music back-story (bedroom-recording prodigy becomes major-label prisoner and decides to escape with this fan-funded effort) seems to be small potatoes compared to whatever caused all the angst released here. "Bad Things," "Can't Sleep," and "Wishing It Was You" are clever blows against the status quo filled with sharp lyrics and unanswerable questions, but as creative as it all is, any spin of the wheel randomly lands on "I'm smarter than the rest" or "I'm a triumph of will" or "I wish you'd all just go away." It's an unfiltered blast of talent and yet the odd emotional theme of Life as a Dog is that it's K. Flay's world and she wishes she had never been born into it.

Customer Reviews


Can't Sleep and Make me Fade are some of the all time best indie hip-hop songs ever written. Kristine can write a catchy tune. Her EP's are only a preview of some tasty tunes.

K Flay is awesome as usual!

Love every song on this album! She never disappoints.

Perfect album

In love.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

An artist who quickly evolved from parody to indie, Chicago-born rapper K. Flay first grabbed the mike while a student at Stanford University in California. It was the frivolous topics and misogynistic lyrics she saw in mainstream rap that first drove her to record a parody of the genre, but she was surprised by both her talent and how much she enjoyed recording. She spent the rest of the year recording and writing, spent her sophomore year performing, and in her junior year, she dropped her debut...
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