Krewella, the sister EDM duo from Illinois, has continued to be at the forefront of women empowerment. With all the sass and appropriate attitude they displayed in the music video for their latest single, Bitch of the Year, we couldn’t imagine a release date more perfect than the one they chose, International Women’s Day.
The sisters really showcased the rap talent they possess in their newest song and easily voiced their message of women independence by “switching up the f****** gear, up in your f***** ear, screaming it loud and clear”
Although, their message was delivered loud and clear, not everyone interpreted the new hit in a positive way. Canadian house DJ and producer, Deadmau5 took offense when he realized they had a picture of him in the video, when Jahan is rapping, “I don’t need your cosign”.
Deadmau5 has since threatened legal action, as well as talking about the lack of talent and over use of autotune Krewella displayed in their new release. The latest version of the video has been edited, removing the iconic DJ Deadmau5
The new @Krewella song has a good message but why are they flashing a picture of @deadmau5 next to pictures of actual Freemasons, rapists and pedophiles. He isn’t involved in any of this. It’s straight up damage to his reputation, seriously. pic.twitter.com/EbN3czMMDw
— Harpyi (@harpyidubs) March 9, 2018
im actually more offended by the lack of talent and autotune. https://t.co/x4KPHQ7aac
— Goat lord (@deadmau5) March 9, 2018
Watch the video below!