On her new release, Princess Superstar Is, Her Highness shows that the court jester still holds sway over her kingdom. With guest help from Kool Keith, Bahamadia, and folkie Beth Orton, she delivers wisecracks about being a horny baby-sitter, making a snuff film with Snufalufagus, and gagging Sisqó with his thong. Not content with being just a class clown, Superstar flips the hip hop gender games, pimping out her man JZone on "I Love You (Or At Least I Like You)" and marketing "Kool Keith's Ass" (on her previous album, Last of the Great 20th Century Composers).
Like German-based rapper Peaches, Superstar doesn't mind being a sex kitten as long as she's the one sporting the claws. She isn't subtle about telling the listener when, where, and how she wants it, admitting she's "kinkier than a pubic hair" and commanding an attack on the part of her anatomy that got "four stars in Zagat." While mainstream female role models prove to be little more than puppets, Princess Superstar is pulling her own strings, using her "cunning linguist" skills to ascend to the hip hop throne.