As Stevenson’s fans are already aware, the title Eat Me is a reference to her preferred sexual activity, and she does cover a lot of sexual content on the album, primarily her misadventures in dating a certain type of broke LA loafer (“a rollerblader,” she laments). Scratch beneath the raunchy surface, however, and you’ll find pointed criticism of the double standards facing women, the challenges of aging and digesting dairy, and a very long route to a great Jay-Z punchline. With a joyful, sarcastic delivery style that’s equal parts Roseanne and her TV daughter Darlene, Stevenson is a confident performer on the verge of a career breakthrough.
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