DreamDoll has reached her final form with “Life In Plastic 3.”
DreamDoll, whose real name is Tabitha Robinson, has always been transparent with her audience. Nothing has been off-limits, from her physical transformation to her journey to find her own sound.
“The music industry is clearly her dollhouse, and DreamDoll is playing the long game by staying true to who she is at all times,” Essence’s D’Shonda Brown wrote in September.
The reality star alum has gone from “Bad Girls Club” and “Love & Hip-Hop: New York” to working with artists like Rick Ross and Young M.A. “Life In Plastic 3” shows how far she has come.
The album begins with a track called “Misunderstood.” Here, the Bronx native describes her experiences suffering through project heat, taking stock of her assets, and finding a way to create her own luck. Next, she shows off her evolution as an artist and explains why she continues to fight in a crowded musical landscape. Determination is in the project’s DNA.
“Verse after Verse, Year after Year you’ve seen how much I have perfected my craft, improved on my artistry and showed you on the features i’ve been given,” she wrote on Instagram when she revealed the artwork for the project.
“Now you get to experience the new side of me on my OWN tracks,” she continued before explaining, “these eight songs were hand picked by me to finally end the Life in Plastic Chapter.”
The popular features artist connected with French Montana, Kash Doll, and Capella Grey to continue telling her own story.
Favorite Track: “Fantasy” feat. Kash Doll