Big Freedia Releases New Set of Twerk-tastic Emojis in Partnership With Emoji Fame
The Queen of Bounce Releases a Set of Over 60 Wild Emojis, Springing Up (And Down, And Up, And Down) Into Your Texts With An Incredible Set Of Booties
New Orleans Queen of Bounce, Big Freedia, has teamed up with Emoji Fame to introduce her own line of custom emojis for the iPhone. Premiered by BUST Magazine, the package of 64 stickers features bouncing booties, trademark Big Freedia sayings, and the electric Queen Diva herself.
“We’re proud to say that The Queen of Bounce now has a set of emojis worthy of her title,” says Gavin Rhodes, co-founder of Emoji Fame.
Get hyped for this vivacious set of booty-licious emojis, featuring everything from magnetic twerking gifs to Big Freedia’s hilariously exaggerated expressions. Also, stay tuned to Big Freedia’s socials, as she will be giving away free download coupons to select fans on Facebook this week.
In the meantime, she is currently filming Season 6 of her reality TV show, ‘Big Freedia Bounces Back’ (formerly ‘Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce’) on FuseTV and is readying her next EP.
Emoji Fame makes custom emojis from your favorite musicians, celebrities and brands. Emoji Fame has been featured in Complex, Billboard, Noisey, NME, Guitar Player, The Albuquerque Journal, The Houston Chronicle, SF Weekly, and Bill Simmon’s The Ringer. Unlike other apps, Emoji Fame’s are officially licensed by the artists, which means fans’ in-app purchases help them continue making the art that you love.
Recent sets include the almighty hip-hop titans, Cypress Hill, Grammy-winning reggae star, Ziggy Marley, controversial punk icon, GG Allin, Legendary new-wave act, Devo, Black Label Society guitar god, Zakk Wylde, and Philadelphia shoegazers, NOTHING, among many others.
Emoji Fame is the ONLY officially licensed emoji app that allows fans to message friends with custom emojis, text, and iOS emojis in the same message. Their clever custom keyboard allows fans to communicate with custom emojis in the way that emojis were meant to be used- as part of their everyday texts and emails.