Really not much we can say here except for LISTEN to the interview as Kaye Fox talks about her upbringing in Chicago, her favorite music inspirations and what really got her writing seriously. You don’t want to miss on ‘who’ Kaye Fox is and what she has been doing for the past few years. “We can manifest our destinies” #FemaleFlow
Dropping April 6th you can pre-order “Fancy” now on iTunes but even though Azalea’s first LP was due for release in October 2013 it’s looking like we won’t see anything until March 2014. The Australian rapper discussed her dissatisfaction when the move was first announced, telling the Herald Sun: “It was supposed to be October but obviously I’m going on tour with Beyoncé and they said I’m not allowed to put an album out while I’m on tour because I’ll be trapped in Australia and I won’t be able to do any TV appearances and I thought that’s fair enough, that’s three weeks and then they said ‘You can’t put an album out around Christmas time, that’s a bad time’ and I said ‘What about January?’ ‘Well nobody gets back off holidays and then it’s the Brit Awards, you can’t release an album, it’s terrible for marketing’ which brings me to February.”
“I’m so fancy, you already know…”
Behind the scenes exclusive with Justina for “Change a Man” music video shot by @jonkilmer produced by @shyboogs coming soon!!! Photo by @mikeyr2 Makeup/Styling by @estefania_promua Bearded gent @djmavric and we are looking so forward to seeing the new video!!! If you haven’t already make sure you download “Valentine” today!!!
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.
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