Tag Archives: New York City

New Video & Release Party for “Faded” by @JustinaMusic

justinafaded


You might have seen or heard her “Let the Birds Fly” track and you might even being doing the dance right now after you see and watch this new one titled, “Faded”. Justina is NOTORIOUS for murdering others songs and this is no exception. This time she takes on Ace of Base but puts her Jersey sprinkle on it. OH!, If you’re in NYC/NJ then you have to come by the single/video release party tonight for a performance and drink with her and Female Flow! See you there…. “All that I want is to get, Faded”!! _((Happy Birthday to ever so sexy Randy Haze))_

justinaapr2

 

Advertisements

#Event – Love Potion #9 featuring @Raye6 who we caught behind scenes of her new video!

VALentimes RAYE6

A WBS Production
Valentine’s Night
“Imagine if sex appeal came in a shot glass”

Join us for a very intoxicating evening

Music by
DJ Hi Maintenance
DJ Devanity

Performance by Raye 6 (midnight)  Free Love Potion #9 shot before Midnight

(gift giveaways!)

Door
$7 Admission
10pm-3am

Advanced Tickets

Happy Bornday to @JeanGreasy from #FemaleFlow

Yumi Sakaki'Vector Artwork by Yumi Sakaki 

Jean Grae (born Tsidi Ibrahim, November 26, 1976), formerly known as What? What?, is an American hip-hop artist. She rose to prominence in the underground hip-hop scene in New York City and has since built an international fanbase. Grae was born in Cape Town, South Africa on November 26, 1976, the daughter of South African jazz musicians Sathima Bea Benjamin and Abdullah Ibrahim. She was raised in New York City after her parents relocated there after her birth. She studied Vocal Performance at the LaGuardia School before majoring in Music Business at New York University. She later dropped out after three weeks of class.

Previously signed to Babygrande Records, she signed a deal in 2005 with Talib Kweli‘s Blacksmith Records. On April 28, 2008, Jean Grae posted a blog entry on her MySpace page saying goodbye to her fans. She later cited disenchantment with the music industry and desire to start a family as the reasons behind the “retirement” and said that she was working on new material and still wanted to continue in music: “You know what? I need that Grammy. I think I might be able to stop after that”. In July 2008, Talib Kweli posted a blog entry explaining Grae’s album, mentioning that she was not retiring. The blog ends encouraging fans to purchase the album, referring to Grae as “one of the last true MCs left.” Grae returned to doing live performances later that year.
On September 18, 2008, Jean Grae posted a Craigslist ad offering her creative services for $800/16 bars. On her MySpace blog entry, she states, “I don’t wanna complain anymore, I just wanna change some things about the way artists are treated and the way you guys are allowed to be involved, since it IS the digital age.” On June 23, 2011, after an almost four-year hiatus, Grae released a free mixtape entitled Cookies or Comas, which features guest appearances from Styles P, Talib Kweli and Pharoahe Monch, it also includes the highly praised tracks “Assassins” from Monch’s W.A.R. album and “Uh Oh” From Talib Kweli’s Gutter Rainbows. On October 22, 2012, Jean Grae performed with MeLa Machinko and DJ Mr. Len in New York City at WNYC’s Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, also recorded as an episode of Judge John Hodgman. During the episode the upcoming records “Gotham Down” and “Cake or Death” were named.
On January 2, 2013, she released a 10-track project called Dust Ruffle. Dust Ruffle features unreleased songs from between 2004 and 2010. Of the album she says: “It’s such an interesting retrospective project because I get to actually hear myself evolve from 2004-2010. Snapshots of life.” ~ SOURCE

Jean Grae Official Facebook

Here is one of our FAV’s from Ms. Jean Grae

#NewVideo – @CocoaSarai “The Introduction”

Truly, does she really need an introduction? Well I guess if you haven’t heard of Cocoa Sarai then yes and this is perfect intro if we say so ourselves. At FemaleFlow.com we constantly see female artists subjected to the ups and downs of label politics, A&R fuckery and borderline sexist demands so this is a video directed by Jaison Blackrose addresses just that head on. It is short and to the point but trust this isn’t the last you have seen of Ms. Cocoa Sarai as she is set to release The Black and White: Reloaded which many are sure to buy. She has built her fan base one by one with shows, consistency and boldness.

Stay Locked,

FF

cocao-sarai bnw

And in case you missed

 BLOW ME

here you go…

XO,

FF

#Events – Salute the Queens 6: Kitty Claw Edition

SEPT-4thSTQ5

HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL IN BK Wednesday SEPT 4th at Brooklyn Stables for Salute the Queens 6: Kitty Claw Edition as we have joined up with Lipstick & Liquor Bottles for another dope all female show!!! We have some of the most talented ladies who are ready to set the mic on fire and Ivory Poison will be on the tables making us shake our booties.

Tell a friend to tell a friend… GREAT SPECIALS on food and drinks, no cover at door!!

If you want to perform at our shows send properly labeled music, videos, links and images to music(at)femaleflow.com