Straight out of Dallas, Texas is Ms. Tri-Eighty who just dropped her newest mixtape… We have dubbed her the “Keisha Cole of Rap” because she has something some just don’t or if they do they don’t share it the way she does and that is a STORY that many can identify with. Growing up in the streets with a father in and out of jail Tri-Eighty like myself hung out with friends while her single mom worked to keep a roof over her head. From trouble-maker to redemption: Tri Eighty eventually found God and you can feel the God and the Gangsta all through out this mixtape. There are moments when you feel that spiritual/reality struggle that 2Pac had in his rhymes. Not glorifying it just telling her story and not trying to be hard or someone she isn’t… just keeping it 100!!
From the moment we saw Justina live we knew she was something of a special sauce but once we witnessed her grind we couldn’t help but get on board with her. She moves like a locomotive through anything and anyone to share her music from block parties, private events, fashion shows to your local venues. Wait let me stop… she just flew back from LA so unsurprisingly enough NJ just isn’t big enough to hold this force. In her latest video, “Halloween” which was entirely shot in New Jersey and directed by Jon Kilmer Studios features some ratchet princesses who just can’t seem to keep it together. They all “turn up” in the video from dancers to grave walkers… they are just a bunch of scary b!tches. Justina looks great from hot pink pants, long ponytails to a wonder-woman look she killed the lines. #FemaleFlowApproved follow her now on twitter/@JustinaMusic
Out of Newark, NJ comes Amirah Green aka OUTSPOKEN with her new debut “Death of a Real Female Emcee” which has 17 tracks and a few features.
Spitting on the mic since she was 9 years old she has perfected her craft with the goal to be a positive influence. You may have heard her on her debut release LOUD MOUF and or with songs like “State Your Name” with Redman and “Come Follow Me” by Lady Luck. She is also on Female Flow Vol. 5 which was featured on ThatCrack.com and ItsIkeSpace.com