Win Tickets ($40): bbymutha Presents: The Muthaland Tour @ Lola’s Room | Rapper, Hip Hop
We are giving away a pair of tickets to bbymutha Presents: The Muthaland Tour @ Lola’s Room on March 28. To win, comment below on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed March 21.
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bbymutha Presents: The Muthaland Tour
March 28, 2022
6 pm doors, 7 pm show | $15 ADV $20 doors | All Ages
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Famed for her myth-busting lyrics on sexuality, motherhood, and identity, Hailing from Chattanooga, Tennessee and now based in Atlanta — rapper and vocalist bbymutha is one of underground hip hop’s most daring and admired talents.
Emerging with a series of self-released EP’s and singles, her track “Rules” went viral in 2017 and earned her praise from the likes of Erykah Badu, Björk, Earl Sweatshirt, SZA, Kehlani, actress Amandla Stenberg. While bbymutha fits into Southern rap’s legacy of originality via a refusal to conform to any coastal trends, choosing instead respective local flairs for self-expression and her non-apologetic attitude. The result is a soundscape all her own-a slow, ice-cool Chattanooga drawl rapping through the distorted and progressive production that gives her an artistic voice all her own – earning her spot on Pitchfork’s 10 Rappers to Watch 2019, Vibe’s Best Female Rap Albums of 2018, Pitchfork’s Best Rap Albums of 2018, & FACT Mag’s Rappers to Watch 2018
She candidly blends her life experiences into hard-hitting raps – where she pointedly brandishes her sexuality in the face of respectability politics: unapologetically celebrating women for their ambition, savvy, sexuality, & sometimes vulgarity. Her sharp + provocative lyrics (openly sexual, feminist, & positive) are leisurely wrapped-around beats that are typically endemic to experimental and electronic corners of the internet.
Thanks to her candid, DIY approach to music, her hard work, not only as a musician but also as a business entrepreneur who owns and runs an apothecary, all while raising two pairs of twins by herself, she has become as much a role model for young female MCs as an altogether empowering voice and champion for independent women in general.
Following a stellar series of self-released mixtapes, bbymutha’s 2018 standout EP Muthaz Day 3 saw her joining a new wave of underground female rappers, such as Noname, CupcakKe, Tierra Whack, and Rico Nasty, challenging a still male-dominated genre with genuine swagger.