Before the 2019 XXL Freshman class will be revealed this summer, the Freshman hopefuls are here to show and prove why they deserve a spot in this year’s class. The 10th Spot voting will launch on March 25, which means hip-hop's rising newcomers are vying for a spot on the 2019 XXL Freshman cover.

Similar to the impressive path taken by certified star Cardi B, DreamDoll is making a smooth transition from reality shows to raunchy reality raps. The 27-year-old Bronx native had her first taste of fame as a social media star while bartending at Starlet’s Gentleman’s Club in Queens, N.Y. She parlayed that into a spot on the 16th season of the Oxygen series Bad Girls Club in 2016. The following year she started a rap career dropping the single “Everything Nice” and signing to DJ Self's Gwinin Entertainment label. The track proved to be a breakout single, earning more than 11 million streams on SoundCloud.

DreamDoll's debut EP Life in Plastic dropped in September 2017. With her music bubbling, she joined the cast of Love & Hip Hop: New York for its eighth season a month later, boosting her visibility even more. Last September, she followed up with the EP Life in Plastic 2, featuring Lil’ Kim, Cupcakke, LouGotCash and others. She proved a force to be reckoned with on the Tory Lanez diss song "On Ya Head" in January. Now, with new material on deck, she's ready for more life in the limelight.

Now that you've heard her pitch, remember to vote for your favorite artist beginning March 25. The 2019 XXL Freshman 10th Spot will run for one week. This is where the public gets the chance to vote an artist into the XXL Freshman Class. Go here to make your vote count for your favorite artist.

Once you voted, head over to XXL’s YouTube page to take a look back at the 2018 XXL Freshman Class, which featured Ski Mask The Slump God, Lil Pump, Smokepurpp, J.I.D, Stefflon Don, BlocBoy JB, YBN Nahmir, Wifisfuneral and Trippie Redd.

And watch all the 2019 XXL Freshman pitch videos that have been released on XXL's YouTube page here.

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