|Lil Debbie discography|
American rapper Lil Debbie has released one compilation album, four extended plays (EPs), two mixtapes, seventeen singles (including four as a featured artist and two promotional singles) and nineteen music videos.
In 2011, Debbie was a member of the White Girl Mob, a group consisting of herself and fellow rappers Kreayshawn and V-Nasty.  Following an appearance in the music video for Kreayshawn's "Gucci Gucci", Debbie released a series of music videos alongside fellow rappers Riff Raff, V-Nasty and DollaBillGates. These songs later saw commercial release as singles, eventually being compiled on to a mixtape titled Keep It Lit, and became Debbie's first releases as a musician. Two years later, Debbie released her first commercial project, an EP titled Queen D. The EP featured three original tracks, all of which were accompanied by music videos, and two remixes. Due to its short length, Queen D was not eligible to chart on any album charts in the United States. However, it charted at 19 on the US Billboard Singles Sales Chart, and 4 on the US Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales Chart.
In 2014, Debbie released her second EP, California Sweetheart, Pt. 1. The EP charted at 22 on the US Billboard Heatseekers Albums Chart. In August, a follow-up EP, California Sweetheart, Pt. 2 was released, but failed to attain the commercial success of its predecessor. In October of that year, a compilation of the two California Sweetheart EPs was released. The following month, Debbie's second mixtape, Young B!tch, was released. In June 2015, Debbie released the single "Lofty", which appeared on the Colt 45 mixtape Colt 15. Debbie released her fourth EP, titled Home Grown, in July. The EP featured guest appearances from Wiz Khalifa, Paul Wall and Bricc Baby Shitro. 
In the midst of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, Capozzi got invited to open for NightBass and AC Slater (under her own name CAPOZZI). This was once of her first public performances for NightBass Records through their Twitch live stream. 
|OG in My System|
|Title||Details||Peak chart positions|
|California Sweetheart, Pt. 1||22||—||—|
|California Sweetheart, Pt. 2||—||—||—|
|I'm the Rapper He's the Producer|
(with Kid Class)
|"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.|
|Keep It Lit|
|"Brain Freeze"  |
(with Riff Raff)
|2012||Keep It Lit|
|"Gotta Ball"  |
|"Michelle Obama"  |
(featuring Riff Raff)
|"I Do It"  |
(featuring Kool John)
|"Ratchets" ||Queen D|
|"Bake a Cake" |
|"$lot Machine" ||2014||California Sweetheart, Pt. 1|
|"Work the Middle" ||California Sweetheart Pt. 2|
|"Me and You" ||2015||Young B!tch|
|"Lofty" ||Colt 15|
|"Break It Down" ||Home Grown|
|"Summer"||2017||OG In My System|
|"2 Cups"||Non-Album Singles|
|"Boss Bitch" (featuring Kim Lee)|
|"Suckas Askin' Questions"  |
(Riff Raff featuring Lil Debbie)
|"Plugged"  |
(SD featuring Lil Debbie)
|2014||SXEW Vol. 2|
|"Get Lit"  |
(Will Sparks featuring Lil Debbie)
|"You Mad"  |
(Alexis Ayaana featuring Lil Debbie)
|"Tinder Surprise"  |
(Wacko featuring Lil Debbie)
|"To The Max"  |
(Yellow Claw featuring Mc. Kekel, Lil Debbie, Bok Nero and MC Gustta)
|"What it Look Like" (Remix)  |
(featuring Katie Got Bandz)
|2014||California Sweetheart, Pt. 1|
|"420"  |
(featuring Wiz Khalifa)
|"Break It Down"|
|"Summer"||2017||OG In My System|
|"Stunt"||2018||I'm The Rapper He's The Producer|
|"Supa High" ||2013||Kool John||Chill.Drink.Fuck.Smoke|
|"Rare" ||Bobby Brackins||Maxwell Park|
|"Not the Same" ||Rollz Royce Rizzy||None|
|"The Pay" ||2014||HS87, B Mac The Queen||We The Plug|
|"Feel so Good" ||Sasha Go Hard||Feel So Good|
|"Pump" (Brodinski Remix) ||Jackson and His Computerband||None|
|"Definition Of A Fuck Nigga" ||2015||Trinidad James, Problem||No One Is $afe|
|"Real One" ||Bricc Baby Shitro||Nasty Dealer|
|"Watch This" ||2016||Demrick||Collect Call|
|"Set It Off" ||Sasha Go Hard||The Realest I know|
|"420 Vibe" ||Dizzy Wright||General Hydroponics Vol. 4|
|"Pop It"||Wiwek||The Free & Rebellious|
|"Rotation"||The Mekanix||Under The Hood|
|"Watch This"||Demrick||Collect Call|
|"Hello Kitty Mobbin"||Daniel Dahmer||Snapbacks & Fannypacks|
|"Go Get It"||Riff Raff||Balloween|
|"Major Later"||2017||Demrick||Non-Album Single|
|"City on Lockdown"||Juicy J, Yellow Claw||Los Amsterdam|
|"Raw Cypher"||Devour, BEEZ, |
Dave East, Demrick
|Raw Cypher 5|
|"I do it"||2018||O5iru5, KoolJohn||Squirt|
(with Riff Raff)
(with Riff Raff)
(featuring Riff Raff)
|"Ratchets"||2013||J.B. Ghuman, Jr.|||
|"Bake a Cake"||Joe Dietsch|||
|"$lot Machine"||2014||Grizz Lee|||
|"Work the Middle"||Joe Dietsch|
(featuring MPA Shitro & Jay Owens)
|"Me and You"||2015||Lil Debbie|||
|"Let's Get High"|||
|"Break It Down"||Lil Debbie|||
|"Suckas Askin' Questions"|
(Riff Raff featuring Lil Debbie)
|"Definition Of A Fuck Nigga"|
(Trinidad James featuring Problem and Lil Debbie)
|2015||Vincent Lou Films|||
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