SassyBlack on Creating a Better Future for Artists

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SassyBlack is an independent musician and educator, and a staple in the Seattle arts scene. She’s out with a new EP, STUCK, which addresses mental health, working for free in the music industry, and the “Karen”s of the world.


 
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SassyBlack is an independent musician and educator, and a staple in the Seattle arts scene. After signing to Sub Pop at age 23 with her former duo THEESatisfation, she continues to evolve as a solo artist and this year was featured on Michelle Obama’s official Spotify playlist.

She’s out with a new EP, ’STUCK,’ which addresses mental health, working for free in the music industry, and the “Karen”s of the world.

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