Daily Archives: June 26, 2013

#Exclusive New Video from @DutchRebelleFN “Ammo” right now on FemaleFlow.com

DUTCH REBELLE……We feel like that’s all we have to say, but some of you just don’t know who she is yet. “Ammo”, the follow up to Dutch Rebelle’s “Sunday Morning” is a motivational record comparing courage and strength to ammunition. Produced by Touch N Play and directed by Seba Films this dark video turns the coin on the fellas as the ladies set a new mark. As a friendly game of pool turns into a kidnapping, we bet that another villain won’t mess around in this town. Garnishing the Haitian flag Dutch Rebelle is not an emcee to mess with. Straight out of Boston she has shown us nothing but quality work since we have met her.

ReBelle has opened up for big name artists, such as, The Wu Tang Clan, Busta Rhymes, Melanie Fiona, and Cam’ron. In 2011, ReBelle released her debut mixtape, “Beauty vs. The Beast”. Within the same year, ReBelle was part of the Boston Phoenix’s “Freshmen Hip Hop Class”. She won at the New England Urban Music Awards in the category of Best Female Hip Hop; along with FN, winning for Best Group. She was invited to perform at nationwide concerts like, the 2nd Annual Female Hip Hop Honors in Los Angeles.  In 2012, ReBelle released her debut EP “Married to the Music”. The EP was very well received. The Boston Globe called her “The ReBelle with A Cause” in an October edition of the highly respected newspaper. Nationwide performance requests began to flow in, such as the SWSX (South by Southwest) annual concert in Austin, Texas.  She is currently in the process of completing her debut album, Vodou.

#FEMALEFLOWAPPROVED 

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We have tees!!! Get your Official #FemaleFlow gear to wear anytime…

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We have had a couple shirts circulating around NYC and NJ but now you can get them online with our partners Stack or Starve Attire! We have two designs available online so support the #1 movement that is supporting indie female artists. Don’t forget to check out the other SOS Clothing as well as our guys over at #USH! Clothing who they collaborated with.

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We will also have Female Flow Tees at the next Salute the Queens…

Catch our favorite J Sass and RnB April supporting the cause!

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Salute the Queens IV is coming…who is performing? Do you have your tickets?

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We are on our 4th installment of SALUTE THE QUEENS and we are super excited! We stay excited don’t we? Well if your not excited to do your own then you should just stop what your doing and join us. This month we will have some more amazingly talented ladies gracing the stage at Jordans Lounge in Jersey City, NJ which is just minutes from NYC.

Tickets are only $10 and all money from our events, t-shirts and dvds go straight back into Female Flow. 100%!! This month we will have the 1st Female Flow DVD available for purchase and viewing as well as Stack or Starve Founder Dough from da Go in the building with us.

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For tickets and to see who has been announced so far go to

>> www.SalutetheQueens.Eventbrite.com <<

We look forward to seeing you there…

and to get involved send music, links, pics or business info to

MUSIC@FemaleFlow.com

XOXO,
FF

Did you see #FemaleFlow artist @GENESISBE in the LA Times? Maybe the Village Voice?

We are so proud to announce that our very own Genesis Be’s new video has been featured by The LA TIMES and The Village Voice! Please check out the links below and share widely. This is her biggest press to date and we’d like to thank you all who have continued to support her and FemaleFlow.com! READ ON READERS….

XO,

FF

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“For six years, Mississippi-born MC Genesis Be has stood out as an inimitable presence in the New York underground hip-hop scene. Arriving in 2007 when outsiders were still often faced with resistance, she’s stood her ground and carved out a niche as one of the most heard female voices in the New York indie-ground. In preparation for the release of her new album Genesequa, she’s dropped her latest single “Tampons and Tylenol.” We spoke to Genesis about the song as a feminist statement as well as her reservations as an artist……” click to read more!

The Village Voice: GENESIS BE’s Declaration of Women’s Power by Chaz Kangas

“Genesis explained the birth of the title to Sound of the City: “My friend and I were at the convenience store looking for tampons and I was upset that I couldn’t find tampons or Tylenol. Going back and forth, I thought they should just package them together. My friend began singing those words together.”……read on~

The L.A. Times: Essential Tracks: GENESIS BE by Randall Roberts