Porcelain Black initially signed with Virgin Records under the moniker Porcelain and the Tramps. She switched labels to 2101 Records, the Universal Republic imprint of Lady Gaga’s producer RedOne, in 2009. She released her debut single “This Is What Rock n’ Roll Looks Like” featuring Lil Wayne in March 2011. Her debut album Mannequin Factory was initially scheduled to be released that summer, but it has been continually pushed back and years later it still hasn’t seen the light of day.
While she’s been waiting for her album to get the green light, she hasn’t just been sitting idly by. She design her own line of leather goods called Noir by Porcelain Black which she released in November 2012. Her bags are made from 100% top-grain cowhide and sheepskin leather and are accented with studs and other hardware. True to the brand’s name, everything comes in one color — black. Purses range in price from $129.99 to $199.99 with small accessories starting at $14.99.
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About Porcelain Black
Alaina Marie Beaton (born October 1, 1985), better known by her stage name Porcelain Black, is an American industrial pop singer-songwriter, rapper, and model. At age eighteen, she embarked on her music career as a solo act under the name Porcelain and the Tramps with Virgin Records. However, Black and Virgin could not agree on the music she would record. The music she recorded was posted to her Myspace account, “rockcitynosebleed”, where she gained millions of hits. After three years of trying to get out of the contract, she signed with RedOne’s Universal Republic imprint, 2101 Records, late in 2009 and began working on her debut album. After many internal problems between the artist and record producer, RedOne, Porcelain Black announced the partnership had come to an end, with anticipation of releasing her debut album in the vein of her Porcelain and the Tramps project in 2015.