Thursday, 20 April 2017 01:36

Taylor Vanae

While Tupac Shakur, Da Brat and Left Eye became heavy influences as a child, Taylor Vanae remembers growing up with a book in her hand at all times. She was required to read a book everyday and report to her mother all about what she had read. Needless to say, Taylor Vanae mastered reading and rapping at the same time. By the age of 10, Taylor Vanae walked into a music studio, boldly stood in front of a microphone and spit a dope lyrical rhyme that shook her whole family. It was then, that her mother realized her baby girl's electrifiying gift. Taylor would evolve her artistry throughout the years performing at open mic's and showcases throughout the southeast from Georgia to Florida. Taylor Vanae released her first mixtape “Black Card Street Credit, Mixtape Volume I” in 2013 which she wrote and produced. Since then, having shared the same stage with local big name arists she had admired growing up like Big Tigger, Da Brat and Jonica ‘Blu’, Biz Markie, Ying Yang Twins and more,  Taylor Vanae continues to aspire to her legacy as an artist one hit after another...Read More

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Monday, 11 January 2016 09:44

U can call me 'L.A'

Latasha Alcindor (also known as L.A.) has never been short on confidence. Since the start of her music career, she’s worked at giving potential fans more than simplistic rhymes and familiar stories. On first listen, you’ll notice that her music has always been deeper than that. She fearlessly tackles socially conscious topics often, and still intrigues with her unique approach...“Show us happy. Show us free. Show us being,” says L.A. regarding the visuals of her recent project "The Island", which is sponsored by 88 Days of Fortune. “Listen to the words and hear that we too are woke.” Source: Danitha Jones from Stashed.  Read the entire article here.  

Having been written about in OkayPlayer, The Brooklyn Paper, The Source, Uproxx, HotnewHipHop, Vice, and many more, L.A is an artist you will be hearing more of, so stay tuned.   

 

 

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