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Princess Nokia (Arista)
4/15/21

WHAT IT IS: With undeniable energy and confidence, N.Y.-born Puerto Rican singer/songwriter Princess Nokia, neé Destiny Frasqueri, is all about amplifying her voice and being unapologetically herself. Following her 2017 independent breakthrough, 1992 Deluxe (Rough Trade), the rising rapper put out a series of projects, including “I Like Him,” which accumulated 100m+ streams and 11m+ views on the futuristic-themed video, and her most recent single, “It’s Not My Fault.” Projecting authenticity and a sense of possibility, the up-and-comer has solidified her presence in the rap game.
SINGLE: “It’s Not My Fault”
INTERNET: 2.8m+ monthly Spotify listeners; playlists: Spotify’s Get Turnt, Signed XOXO, Workout Twerkout, Feelin’ Myself; Apple Music’s Hip-Hop Workout, Pure Workout, New Fire and Weekend Worthy; Amazon’s Ladies First: Female MCs; Tidal’s Dirty Rap and Women of Hip-Hop, more
PRESS: N.Y. Times, Rolling Stone, UPROXX, Nylon, NME, The Guardian, V Magazine (“Princess Nokia has confidence for days, weeks, and this track is the perfect medium for her to show it off”), Refinery 29 (“It’s not her fault everyone is obsessed with her, but the rapper is soaking in all of the attention nonetheless”), DIY Mag (“Princess Nokia is continuing to bring the bops”), Consequence of Sound, more
BOOKING: UTA
MANAGEMENT: John Meneilly & Chantal Felice