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THE B-SIDE
HoodCelebrityy (Epic)
5/8/18

WHAT IT IS: Known for her incendiary lyrics and an ability to merge her hustler persona with her Jamaican background, this spitfire has become one of the fastest-rising reggae artists to date. Her new single, “Walking Trophy,” hit #1 on iTunes’ U.S. reggae chart. The Source describes her as “an extremely talented lyricist who showcases her sharp punchlines in each and every verse. With 2.5m Spotify streams, the song earned a spot on the Fader list “12 Songs You Need in Your Life.” Her mixtape reached Top 10 on the Hot 100 reggae albums.
SINGLE:
“Walking Trophy”
LIVE:
Opened for longtime friend Cardi B, and Shaggy; set to headline Hot 97 Summer Jam, Broccoli City Festival, SoulFrito Fest and Best of The Best Music fest; previously performed at Trap Circus Festival 2017
INTERNET:
2.7m SoundCloud single streams; 1m+ Pandora spins; hit #7 at Shazam N.Y.; lyric video has 8m views on YouTube
RADIO:
Has airplay on 60+ Urban stations (now #39) and 30+ Rhythm stations, including Hot 97, Power 105.1, more
PRESS:
New Yorker (“‘Walking Trophy’ is New York’s best addition to the bunch”), Fader (“A boss new single from her mixtape”), Billboard, Mass Appeal (“new dancehall fiyah courtesy of HoodCelebrityy”), Noisey, Hype
BOOKING:
Shaft/KSR
MANAGEMENT:
J Class/KSR