DreamDoll has released her latest single, a fresh and hip freestyle ready to be heard and danced to: “Different (Freestyle)”, out since Jan. 31.
Her early beginnings
Tabatha Robinson, known as DreamDoll, is making her own path in the music industry and 2021 might be her year to escalate and reach out to a larger audience. She started her career while being a bartender in a strip club in Queens.
Her social media following blew up and that caught the attention of the Oxygen series Bad Girls Club for its sixteenth season in 2016. She didn’t find her space in the show and left it to attend other roles in Love & Hip Hop (2017-2018), where she started getting noticed by a much more selective crowd. This opportunity was able to extend Tabatha her options in music and pursue a career in rapping.
After taking part in different shows, including Wild ‘N Out (2018), the upcoming rapper began sharing her crafts and musical journey on a national level. She reached more than 3 million followers on Instagram, created bop singles like “AH AH AH” (ft. Fivio Foreign) and her newest one “Different (Freestyle)” (filmed by @5thave_native).
DreamDoll is from The Bronx, New York. Her style is gritty and feminine, always maintaining a steady and transparent voice with whatever beat she’s challenged to embark on. Her clothes are vibrant and bright, with no extravagant details, but mostly with a latex, bustier, or tight outfit to show off her petite yet solid figure.
Her net worth sums up to $1.5 million and it has all the potential to go up. DreamDoll also has a high engagement with her fans because of her past vulnerability, which she showed in her YouTube videos with her vlogs on plastic surgery and her personal experiences.
Giulia Baldini is an Italian-Brazilian fashion journalist and published author based in NYC. Her first book is called Fashion on the Beat: The Melodies and Rhythms in Fashion Journalism. She currently writes for The Garnette Reporter and her lifestyle blog thecurlyflower.com.