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Tierra Whack sneaks out an abbreviated project featuring three new songs. Following a year of releasing one-offs and loose singles, Tierra Whack has reemerged with a glimpse at what may be to come.Today, the Philly rapper dropped Rap?, a surprise EP marking her first collection of music since the release of her breakout…See More
An explosive hip-hop duo who has been called the ‘male/female essence that has been missing from the industry’, Marrio Marshall AKA Big Yo, and New York-born, New Orleans raised, Toni Hickman, have announced their new partnership as THAKUR with the release of their seminal debut single, ‘Daylight’.While Big Yo and Toni have already made their mark on the industry as solo…See More
San Francisco's longest-running spoken word variety show is back IN PERSON. (Vaccination and masks required!) Featuring SF poet laureate Tongo Eisen-Martin, plus queer icon Brontez Purnell, literary mastermind Shruti Swamy, science fiction scribe Cat Rambo and queer raconteur Stephen van Dyck! Charlie Jane Anders hosts.See More
‘I’m A Hashole’ Reveals the Real WowashwowLOS ANGELES - Singer, songwriter, entertainer, activist, and social media influencer are words used to describe Wowashwow, but her latest album, “I’m A Hashole,” reveals the real woman behind the titles.“This album is a full representation of who I am and not a representation of what I think people want me to be,” she explained. A combination of hip hop…See More