Latashá is a multi-dimensional artist originally from Brooklyn, NY and now currently based in Los Angeles, CA. Her tireless efforts has transformed her from “hip hop rapper” to now “multi-faceted international artist.” The artist balances grit and beauty, passion and innovation, to give audiences heartfelt performances grounded in themes of self-exploration, divine femininity, magic, empowerment, Black joy and enlightenment. Latashá is bringing to the table her brand-new track “GoGo Wyne” that is sure to become another show-stopping hit.
Thumping bass lines undulate with glitch-y oscillating beats on this energized track. Latashá’s rap style is fearless with a fierce flow. She raps with lots of attitude and sass with a skill that is top-notch. The video features Latashá as a TV psychic medium telling Black women everywhere what is due for them. The go-getting diva has been making waves in the New York scene through dynamite performances opening for the iconic likes of Big Sean, Princess Nokia, Ghostface Killah and Q-Tip, as well as gracing the stage at several festivals including SXSW, Afro-Latino Fest and Brooklyn Hip Hop Fest. The multi-faceted artist is forever evolving her sound and style and 2020 looks to be another stellar year for her.
Latashá mentions on Wonderland Magazine: “‘GoGo Wyne’ is an ode to all the women inside me, who raised me and who are listening, to be in all of our joy, all of our magic, and to not be afraid to collect all our cheques,” explains Latashá. “Even when they try to kill us, we can never die and we offer so much to the world. I hope ‘GoGo Wyne’ can be a reminder to anyone, especially Black women, that we got this. This year has been deeply dedicated to my inner work and understanding worth. Through quarantine, I found that I wanted to share my understanding(s) more. ‘GoGo Wyne’ leads to my new exclusive digital platform, Lytewrk, which will give my fans an exclusive look into my journey and process in hopes to inspire them to live out their dreams. All the characters symbolise all the women I’ve been influenced by in their power. Dancehall Queens, Block Girls, Female Rappers, Sex Workers, Abused Women who take Half, Voodoo Queens, all in the women in their magic, throwing middle fingers up to the white patriarchy, taking their power back.”