Her new single Licky ( Larry T Feat Princess Superstar) is getting a lot of love at TV & Radio after being Hit Picked by The Music Network.
"Princess Superstar does it with wit, unexpected imagery and utter lack of respect for genre boundaries. But it's Princess's barbed observations that make this album a bit of a treasure." - The Guardian
"Just Worship Her!" - DJ Magazine
"Smart, funny, and playfully pornographic. " - PlayboyBio:
Platinum blonde lyrics that cut into the fabric of our society, class and looks that kill: this is Princess Superstar now, then and forever.
Concetta Kirschner has her first taste of music from her parent's daily servings of 70'soul and rock in the suburbs of Philadelphia; tired of the quiet life, the Superstar, packs her belongings and at the age of 17 makes her return to her native New York. It's 1994, armed with a four track, guitar, keyboards, simple sampling and air tight lyrics, she cuts her first demo immediately receiving incredible hype from the underground and from the majors who recognized her talent and futuristic vision.
After many tug of wars with majors she decides to release her first album, Stricly Platinum, on indie label 5th Beetle; co produced with Greg Talenfeld (Jon Spencer Blues Explosion) and Godfrey Diamond, best known for producing "Jungle Boogie" by Kool and the Gang.
More wise and focused, the Superstar produces and self releases in 1997 her sophomore effort, CEO, which would defy critic's expectations and music industry categorization making her the archetype of a modern blend of hip hop and electronic music. It's the dawn of the new millennium and the renaissance lady of electro rap has her hands wrapped around every little aspect of the business - ending the century with yet another gem, Last of the 20th century composers, in collaboration with pioneers Prince Paul and Jon Spencer - Around and about her release date, she supports her album performing along side N.E.R.D., Bjork, Z-Trip and KRS-1.
February 2002, Bad Babysitter enters the UK top 20 and is a staple for many months on MTV Europe and the Box's heavy rotation proving that one Princess can move the masses more effectively than a prince, a Queen Mother and a prime minister. The single is featured on the later released "Princess Superstar Is" album which featured collaborations with master MC Kool Keith, the rugged and raw Bahamadia, The High and Mighty, Jzone, Mista Sinista, Herbalizer and a special collaboration with Mercury Prize winner Beth Orton. When it comes to the Hip Hop game, the Princess has it on lock down and the critics go crazy!
The unstoppable first lady then releases "Fuck me on the dance floor, produces by legendary ghetto-tech/ booty-bar impresario Disco D who has recently produced "Sky mask way" on 50 Cent's "The Massacre".
Tearing the clubs up like fire, the Superstar throws down on the wheels of steel from London to Japan, hyping the crowd with her mash-ups between hip hop, electro and rock; playing along side with Alexander Technique, Felix the Housecat, Tiga, ?estlove of the Root, Miss Kittin, and just about every big DJ out there.
Taking it to another level once again, she teams up with Alexander Technique, the king of mash-ups, to create the avalanche that is known on the dancefloor as DJs Are Not Rockstars driving people crazy throughout the globe; their self titled mix of 46 tracks mashed into 17 would then be unofficially released on Gigolo Records.
Keep counting... she's Perfect!
"A refreshing alternative to blinkered mainstream hip hop stars." - The Independent
"What's most brilliant are her lyrics, which are laugh-out-loud funny. For where other female rappers do super-explicit sex rhymes, and mirror the witless bravado of their male counterparts, Princess Superstar spins an altogether more playful, ironic line of tease. If her turntables ever seize up, a career in stand-up beckons." - The Times of Londonwww.princesssuperstar.com