I have a bad habit of writing “female rapper” every time I write about.. well, a female rapper. But we never hear people say “male rapper” when we talk about them. It seems as if society has automatically associated the male specie with the word “rapper.” It’s just not the case though. Hip Hop may appear to be a male dominated culture and industry but the contributions and impact women have made is undeniable.

For Canadian born rapper, Keysha Freshh, her raw talent is just as irrefutable. On her latest offering, “Boogie Flats,” Freshh puts listeners into a Hip Hop time portal – delivering fundamental, timeless Boom Bap with effortless word play.

“Boogie Flats” is a preview off her forthcoming project, “In Samadhi” – her sixth studio album.

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