When Barbara Boxer was a snack box: Her first album is a box plot

Boxer has always been known as the Queen of Pop, and she’s got a reputation for doing a lot of little things in the process.

The singer and producer has always made a point of taking care of her fans’ needs when it comes to snacks, and now her latest album, Box Plot, is an expansive collection of boxes that she’s put together.

Box Plot’s first single, “I’m Not Here,” is a cover of Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do,” and it features two of Boxer’s favorite rappers.

“I got this box plot,” Boxer sings.

“What you gonna put inside?”

Boxer, a prolific producer with a huge catalog, was originally introduced to the world of snacks when she was a kid.

“When I was a child, I had a box, and I used to put my toys in the box,” Boxers co-founder and CEO Linda Travolta told EW.

“So when I was doing the documentary [My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic], I was like, ‘Well, how did they do that?’

It was the same way with a box.”

Boxer didn’t make the cut to appear in the film, but she got to appear on a number of her songs.

She’s also a huge fan of all things sweet.

In 2014, Boxer and her husband, David Boxer III, launched a line of baked goods called Sugar & Sugar.

The boxes featured treats from the show, including chocolate covered strawberries, marshmallows and a chocolate candy bar.

The first box was a sweet, chocolate bar, but Boxer decided to expand on the concept, adding chocolate, peanut butter and banana chips to the mix.

Boxer even gave her label, Sugar & Sweet, her own brand.

Boxers new album is full of sweet treats, too.

“It’s not just the desserts,” Boxed told EW of her first album.

“The whole album is all sweet.”

Boxes newest album, box plot, is out now.

For more box plot coverage, check out EW’s hub.