Rising indie pop star Sizzy Rocket is back with a brand new Babydaddy-produced single which takes her signature tongue-in-cheek spit and melds it with a sweet, synth-laden hook, making for a song worthy of as much buzz as her viral Beastie Boys' "Girls" cover.

Written on the fly about an actual encounter with her "bestie," Sizzy plays with typically "male" tropes and flips the narrative, painting herself as the womanizer who isn't afraid to explore her sexuality and take what she wants. We caught up with Sizzy, who you can hear on Flosstradamus' new single "Don't Trip" with Run the Jewels, and who is currently writing with Diplo and DJ Khalil, to talk feminism, flaunting her body and creating an entire hook out of the word "fuck." 

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