Seattle’s Da Qween is probably best described by KEXP’s own Martin Douglas as “simply is what they are. A very good rapper, a queer-identifying person, too talented and too stubborn to allow straight people to view them as a gimmick, and as the title of their 2019 album suggests, a renaissance bitch.” 


 
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Seattle’s Da Qween is probably best described by KEXP’s own Martin Douglas as “simply is what they are. A very good rapper, a queer-identifying person, too talented and too stubborn to allow straight people to view them as a gimmick, and as the title of their 2019 album suggests, a renaissance bitch.” 

For this episode of Live on KEXP, Troy Nelson gives some background on the “Black Queer Non Binary Raptress Spitting from the 206” before they prove their chops in the KEXP live room with a set of songs both new and old but all similarly slappin.

Recorded 04/26/2022.

  1. ThunderClap

  2. When Worst Comes to Worst

  3. Quit Music

  4. Worthy

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