A friend told me that the relationship between Seattle and New Orleans is strong because, traditionally, our fair city was always the first or last stop for touring jazz bands from the Big Easy. That connection facilitates a cultural exchange that’s readily apparent in the acts that come through town. And I suppose it would help explain why Big Freedia comes through at least twice a year—Seattle needs A LOT more bounce. This New Orleans rapper is the best version of what every MC should be: She knows how to get the motherfucking party going. Bring some Icy Hot for your knees and get ready for the Queen of Bounce to make you MOVE.
by Jas Keimig
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