Colorful rapper Lil Debbie is a master of audience interaction, mixing glamorous style and rap braggadocio to deliver an engaging and energetic live show. The talented young performer introduces each song with an anecdote, calls for ticket buyers to rap along with her, and pulls people from the crowd to dance on stage. The end result is a thrilling live show that blurs the line between performer and audience. She even reaches out to ask which songs the audience wants to hear, meaning that each concert is composed mostly of fan favorites like “Squirt”, “2 Cups”, and “Gotta Ball”. On her Young B!tch tour she’s hitting cities across North America to bring her wildly engaging stage show to enthusiastic fans.
Born in Oakland, CA in 1990, Lil Debbie (born Jordan Capozzi) began rapping at an early age. After graduating from high school she formed The White Girl Mob with close friends Kreayshawn and V-Nasty. In 2011 all three performed on Kreayshawn’s debut video “Gucci Gucci”, which received millions of views on YouTube and established the trio as a group to watch. Later that year she was dismissed from The White Girl Mob for disloyalty, though Debbie has disputed these claims. She rebounded in 2012 by collaborating with Houston-based rapper RiFF RaFF on a number of singles and videos, again gaining serious viewership on YouTube. Her debut EP Queen D dropped in 2013, followed by two more EPs within a year (California Sweetheart and California Sweetheart Pt. 2). In late 2014 she released the mixtape Young B!tch, which further established her bad girl attitude and proved her tireless work ethic.