Listen to Karl Lagerfeld...the Rap Song by Chanel West Coast

TV personality-cum-rapper Chanel West Coast has learned a valuable lesson from Kreayshawn: Name-drop a famous designer's name over and over again, and you're bound to get some press. Better yet: Name your song after them. At least that's what Chanel West Coast, whose real name is Chelsea Chanel Dudley (she starred on Rob Dyrdek's reality TV show Fantasy Factory as his receptionist), seems to be banking on with her new single 'Karl Lagerfeld.'
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TV personality-cum-rapper Chanel West Coast has learned a valuable lesson from Kreayshawn: Name-drop a famous designer's name over and over again, and you're bound to get some press. Better yet: Name your song after them. At least that's what Chanel West Coast, whose real name is Chelsea Chanel Dudley (she starred on Rob Dyrdek's reality TV show Fantasy Factory as his receptionist), seems to be banking on with her new single 'Karl Lagerfeld.'
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TV personality-cum-rapper Chanel West Coast has learned a valuable lesson from Kreayshawn: Name-drop a famous designer's name over and over again, and you're bound to get some press. Better yet: Name your song after them.

At least that's what Chanel West Coast, whose real name is Chelsea Chanel Dudley (she starred on Rob Dyrdek's reality TV show Fantasy Factory as his receptionist), seems to be banking on with her new single 'Karl Lagerfeld.'

Some sample lyrics:

Looking so fly/I'm tied with the Sky Karl Lagerfeld/Karl Lagerfeld/Karl Lagerfeld Karl Lagerfeld/Karl Lagerfeld/ Karl Lagerfeld Imma call Lagerfeld

While an official music video has yet to be released, Chanel did perform the song live on AXS TV. The result is equal parts hilarious and cringeworthy--from the model in the tube top's awkward vacant smile, to the blonde in the background--basically the female equivalent of Alien from Spring Breakers--and the DJ breaking it down with awesomely bad dance moves.

Jokes aside about the video though, the song is pretty catchy. We wonder if Karl is a fan...