Imagine if Tupac, Lauryn Hill, and Foxy Brown had a love child and it grew up in New Orleans. That child would be 3D Na’Tee (pronounced Three Dee Nah-Tee). Drawing comparisons to Nas by publications like TIME Magazine and XXL, Na’Tee’s musical endeavors began with a series of mixtape releases which were littered with unique and soulful life experiences via hardcore lyrics that reflected her upbringing. via: 3dnatee.com
Chezale aka “Lady Maverick” is a Singer/Rapper/Songwriter out of Arizona, originally from Pittsburgh, PA. She dropped her debut album “MY STORY…The Making of a Maverick in 2007.
Fusing both Farsi and the English language, Mana has brought a completely new style and sound to the hip hop game. Music was always a huge part of Mana’s life and once she grew older she began to write poetry. Poetry was initially a tool Mana used to release her feelings, however once
By Aisha Graham - The talented MC, Alia Sharrief, was destined to perform lyrical masterpieces very early on in life. Coming from a big family of 9 brothers and sisters,

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Shemovement got a chance to catchup with Rapper, Singer, Songwriter Jaye Prime to talk about what inspired her new album, Collaboration with Detroit Che and the creative mark she plans to add to Hip Hop
This young MC hailing from Virginia is a true blessing to Hip Hop. Vainsmith maybe an angel fallen to earth. Once you start listening to her music you won’t stop… it’s pure, uncut and very poetic at the same time. A long jazzy hazy ride…
Detroit Che is a young emcee from Detroit, Michigan. A few months after graduating from Specs Howard School of Media Arts, she was blessed with the opportunity to rap for one of her favorite lyricists, Kendrick Lamar. Once Kendrick...
Tigress Zoo captivates her surroundings and resources life through art. At a very young age she wallowed in a Galaxy of theater, dance, music, design and community evolution.
SHEmovement got the opportunity to speak with the lovely Miranda Writes. At the youthful age of 20, she’s already working to break barriers. Miranda takes pride in writing all her own music and believes that although
I finally got the chance to speak with the wonderful FMSupreme, a Chicago native who’s not only up and coming in the rap game, but also leaving a huge mark in the community. As the middle child of 5 who were moved between the foster care system and her grandmother’s home, FM sought the attention of her mother who was a local talent manager in Chicago at the time. At the age of 10, FM got the opportunity to accompany her mother to Chicago Track and other big named Chicago studios. Immediately she knew she wanted to start rapping, thinking…