Implementing the surrealist imagery from the avant-garde folktronic scene, Bunny Rabbit’s devilishly erotic art-raps delivered NY hipsters and critics reeling when she debuted Lovers and Crypts in 2007. The contrast of Bunny Rabbit’s innocent-sounding, light tone of voice and her real lyrics had been a little troubling, but her manufacturer (and lover) Dark Cracker, the powerful get behind this 2 Live Crew-meets-Goldfrapp task, supplied the eerie soundscapes of dusty electro-crunk and trip-hop that clinched the record jointly. A Brooklyn indigenous blessed of Samoan and Mexican descent, Bunny Rabbit (true name Melisa Rincon) hardly ever regarded herself a musical musician of any type until she became romantically associated with Celena Glenn, an award-winning poetess and educator who doubles as Dark Cracker. A manufacturer and live beatboxer for CocoRosie, Cracker inspired Rincon to record her unusual ruminations of the dropped bunny rabbit wandering aimlessly through NY. Using Cracker’s cable connections, Bunny Rabbit associated with the Voodoo-EROS imprint, that is co-owned by CocoRosie sister Bianca Casady. Fans and Crypts found its way to February 2007.