Cupcakke is a stage name of a young female American rapper and a singer from Illinois who started her career in 2012 and has garnered fans mostly through YouTube.
She got famous through her highly controversial and explicit songs and videos which brought her in the limelight and garnered her money and public interest.
She was born as Elizabeth Eden Harris on May 31, 1997, in Chicago, Illinois in the United States. Elizabeth grew up raised by her mother who was in a really lousy position and without work so Elizabeth spent a big part of her early life in shelters for the homeless people.
This experience made her very ambitious and she promised herself that she would never end up that way and that she will try as much as she can to lead a normal life.
Nevertheless, she started going to a public school and it was the same school where Chief Keef went as a kid. He later became a very known rapper and it was interesting for her that she knew him from her very early days.
She was a pupil at Dulles Elementary School in Texas.
She liked music from a very early age and she liked poetry as well. She started performing in the local church because she was able to recite very clearly and had a pleasant voice. Her reciting was always very well received and she felt that she was very good at public performances and liked it herself too.
She was 13 when she started thinking about starting to rap and it was because some of her friends from church told her that she has a great voice for it and that she should try it. She was a little skeptic at first but then she realized how it would change her life to better so she decided to give it a try.
She started listening to hip hop and discovered that it was a great genre and that she liked it very much. So she started rapping whenever she could and was very influenced by 50 Cent and Lil Kim.
She felt that she could express herself through rapping better than in anything else and she also liked the style that goes to it too.
In 2015 she made a music video for her song she considered that would become interesting to a wide audience. It was named “Vagina” and she has released it through Youtube. She wrote the lyrics herself.
The song was a lot different from other songs and had very explicit lyrics so it gained quite a publicity. A few weeks later Elizabeth released her debut mixtape, released through TuneCore.
But her first video was the one that went viral through Youtube: “Gold Digger” from 2012 when she was 15 years old. This was her real start which gained her over 300 k subscribers on her Youtube channel. She used the channel to release her freestyles and covers and she did it very often.
She liked freestyling very much and often uploaded that kind of videos to her channel.
Her videos were very popular because they contained explicit sexual scenes and they soon went viral. Her first mixtape was released in 2016 and it was titled “Cum Cake” and rose a few other hits known for her explicit rhymes: “Tit for Tat” and “Pedophile” are good examples to how she makes rhymes.
“Pedophile” was praised for great lyrics and comments on the theme. Her second mixtape came out in the summer of 2016 and it is named “S.T.S. (Shelters to Deltas)”. It was interesting to see how some people praised her work and some spoke very bad of her, and even tried to humiliate her. But she was never stressed out about it and was very firm not trying to let that influence her life and her mind.
The leading single from this mixtape was named “Best Dick Sucker”. The tape was very well received and Rolling Stone magazine listed her tape into their “Best Rap Albums of 2016” list.
In 2016 she has also released her first studio album named “Audacious” which had an explicit cover on it too and was self-released, not signed to any label.
“Queen Elizabitch” is the name of her second album which was also self-released in 2017 through Tunecore.
In 2018, came her third album named “Ephorize”. The first single on the album was titled “Exit” and she released it almost a year before the album. “Cartoons” was the second single which was also released earlier, in the fall of 2017.
This album was also self-released through TuneCore but she announced the release through her social media accounts. She started touring on her Ephorize Tour very soon after the release.
This album was especially well received and every media spoke about how she managed to improve her skills and become more versatile and bold.
She has a huge online fanbase and she calls them “Slurpers”. She is very well liked for her comical persona but she js sometimes judged because of her sex-oriented music.
She is a big advocate of LGBT rights and is especially interested in female empowerment organizations. She often sings about female issues and speaks about the influence of women in today’s world.
She caused controversy by releasing a single named “Picking Cotton” which was recognized as a kind of a protest against cops who are racist.
She even made a song titled “LGBT” where she explained that she doesn’t judge them and even love them.
She made a collaboration with Charli XCX, an English singer and songwriter, on her song “Lipgloss”
She was also involved in a controversy after she had to remove her album “Queen Elizabitch” from digital stores because of a backing track she bought from a producer who sold her an illegal material.
Her album “Ephorize” gained the Pitchfork’s award for “Best New Music”. Her song “Duck Duck Goose” from 2018 gained a lot of attention. By the end of 2018, she has released her new album “Eden”.
In the spring of 2019, she has released a remix titled “Old Town Hoe”, which was a remix of “Old Town Road” performed by Lil Nas X. She also released a video for it.
She is also nicknamed Marilyn MonHOE.
She doesn’t share any information about her personal life and who she dates.
Today ber Youtube channel has over 440 k followers. She likes to be independent so she never signed to any record label.
She was taken to a hospital once because she fell in a deep depression and was even going to commit suicide. It seems that she tweeted about it so she was taken to the hospital.
Later on, she spoke about this incident directly and thanked her fans for helping her overcome it and for sending her so many messages of support.
She uploaded a post titled “My disturbing read,” where she explained how she came into a situation that she wanted to commit suicide. She was in a relationship with an abusive man whose name was
Christopher Terrell, who didn’t only abuse and terrorize her through their relationship but had also stolen her credit cards and spent a very large amount of money on it.
He had taken off her wig in the public to embarrass her and broken her cell phone when he was in a mad state of mind.
It seems that he didn’t work alone but that he plotted with another woman to steal her money. It was a stressful period for her and she was very afraid to lose her money because she was homeless once and never wanted to be like that again.
She arose a huge controversy after tweeting a lot of disturbing sexual material about Jungkook, known K-pop performer. His fanbase started sending her tweets and messages on her Instagram channel saying her to kill herself.
Full name: Elizabeth Eden Harris
Date of birth: May 31, 1997
Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Profession: rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer
Height: 160 cm
Weight: 66 kgs
Net Worth: $10 million