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The Conjure and Be Connected Present HERStory: A Night of Black Femmes in Hip Hop (Pt 2)

We’re only a couple of days away from HERStory: A Night of Black Femmes in Hip Hop, presented by The Conjure and Be Connected. The show will consist of nine underground artists from both the Bull and Oak Cities. There will be a cypher encouraging femme hip hop artists to showcase their talents. The night will be hosted by Angel Dozier, and will be capped off with an afterparty featuring DJ Gemynii. Earlier this month, the “moon” shined its light over a small part of downtown. Now’s the time for the stars to takeover Pinhook for one dynamic night that you will not want to miss.

Featured Artists:

Lovely The Don

"Lovey The Don, an Independent Rap Artist from Greensboro, NC channels a “don” like mentality through her music. Emerging onto the Underground Rap scene in 2015, Lovey captivates with her raw but witty, and pleasantly odd lyrical ability." - Facebook

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"Through my music, I can be the real me. Growing up sheltered in a religious household caused me to lose my identity, and I spent many years being trapped. I’m glad I decided to step out from behind the shadows and finally do something for myself. I’m taking my power back through music. I’m not afraid to be who I really am anymore, and I don’t care what anyone has to say about it. I’m bold, fearless, and strong. I’m ready to share more of myself with the world." - Nun After Hours,

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"Tanajah is an up and coming rapper who currently lives in Raleigh, NC. Tanajah, originally from Germantown, Md, has been rapping since she was 11 years old.She finds her musical inspiration from Tupac, Hiatus Kiayote, Stevie Wonder, Noname, Jay-Z, Missy Elliot, Kendrick Lamar and Rapsody. Tanajah, the “Giver of Good Vibes” hopes that her lyrics can spread the message of self love, good vibes and to follow your dreams no matter how big!" -

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"I aim to be a versatile artist ranging from hip-hop, r&b, soul, jazz and even rock. My act includes rapping, singing and poetry, but if you let me, you'll get to see a little acting as well. Not only do I use my Theatre Arts-Acting and Psychology degrees from Purdue University to be a performing artist myself, but I am also a NC Public School educator as a Theatre Arts teacher." - Maestra

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