While tracks like Self Destruct, Venom
wouldn’t sound out of place on her first mixtape, others like Troubled Paradise, Clouds
and Letters reveal
a more intimate side to Slayyyter. With the new sound also comes new visuals, with art by Munachi Osegbu (think: WAP) and her recognisable platinum hair refined to a single blonde streak. Join METAL as we chat to the artist – hilarious and down-to-earth as always – about her newfound passion for bedazzling, overcoming imposter syndrome and “very, very humble beginnings”. From Missouri to California and now the world, Slayyyter’s arrived. Are you ready?