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A poet-turned-rapper, Nitty's rhymes — about mental health, sexual abuse, and women empowerment — are poetry-driven, what she calls "conscious storytelling." The half-Puerto Rican, half-African-American Brooklyn emcee's strongest musical influences include artists like Mos Def, Stevie Nicks, and Sam Cooke.
Listen to her mixtape: 's interest in music came early with freestyle and Miami bass.
We're primarily National Socialists, and yes there is a difference between the two, and the only people that use them interchangeably are the Jews, and their naive followers.
These types of people must be working for the Jews in order to make us look stupid. Pierce said we have to be open to new mediums or reaching people, even if that is rap music.
Her fashion style is more "banjee girl, neo-rave, and tribal" than Jenny from the block, while songs like "Vernáculo" offer a critical message about the beauty industry.
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Hailing from Havana, Danay's sound infuses hip-hop, jazz, and Cuban music. Growing up Peruvian-American in the '90s directly impacted her musically with rappers like Common and D. artist Logic inspiring Aye Yo Smiley as much as listening to her father's boleros, Selena, TLC, and the Spice Girls did.
Each sound helped her develop a style of rap that is at once hip-hop, pop, and R&B. Maluca Mala Dominican-American Maluca Mala's music is as varied as the city she calls home: New York.