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Princess Nokia’s ’"A Girl Cried Red" Mixtape Out Now


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Princess Nokia - aka shapeshifting emcee Destiny Frasqueri - has dropped her new emo-inspired mixtape “A Girl Cried Red” digitally on Rough Trade Records and unleashed a video co-directed with longterm collaborator Milah Libin for “Your Eyes Are Bleeding” from the release.

Buy/stream the “A Girl Cried Red” mixtape on digital services and watch the “Your Eyes Are Bleeding” video HERE

Princess Nokia has been releasing music via Youtube and Soundcloud since she was in High School and catapulted herself to the next level with last year’s critically acclaimed rap opus ’1992 Deluxe’ - selling out venues across the globe and steadily gaining tens of millions of streams.

“Black people created punk - the band Death was way before The Ramones,” Destiny stated in a recent interview. “If you think about it, the wool has been pulled over our eyes. This is our shit. Very naturally, that’s why we return to it.” Drawing on influences as varied as the introverted acoustic sounds of Elliott Smith to the bombastic pop-punk energy of Paramore - “A Girl Cried Red” showcases another fully formed side of Destiny that still taps into the uncompromising feminist ideology of Princess Nokia. 

Track listing

  1. Flowers & Rope
  2. Your Eyes Are bleeding
  3. For The Night
  4. Look Up Kid
  5. Interlude
  6. Morphine
  7. At The Top
  8. Little Angel

 

Princess Nokia Tour Dates

4/15 Indio, CA - Coachella Festival 

4/20 San Francisco, CA - 1015 Folsom

4/22 Indio, CA - Coachella Festival

4/29 Chicago, IL - The Metro

5/5 Brooklyn, NY - Elsewhere

5/6 Brooklyn, NY - Elsewhere

5/12 Miami, FL - Rolling Loud Festival

5/25 Barcelona, Spain – Secret Location TBA

5/26 Madrid, Spain - Tomavistas Festival

5/27 A Coruna, Spain - Inn Club

5/31 Athens, Greece - Piraeus 117 Academy

6/1 Copenhagen, Denmark - Distortion Festival

6/2 London, UK - Field Day Festival

6/16 Richmond, CA - FEELS 6 @ Craneway Pavillion

7/7 Turku, Finland - Ruisrock

7/8 Zamárdi, Hungary - Balaton Sound Festival 

7/13 Dublin, Ireland - Longitude Festival

7/14 Dour, Belguim - Dour Festival

7/15 Berlin, Germany - MELT Festival

7/19 Benicassim, Spain - Benicassim Festival

7/ 20 Lisbon    Portugal - Super Bock

7/21 Seyðisfjörður, Iceland - LungA Art Festival

8/18 Hamburg, Germany - Dockville Festival

8/20 London, UK - O2 Forum

8/21 Leeds, UK - Belgrave Music Hall


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