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Atlanta, Georgia, United States | SELF

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | SELF
Band Hip Hop R&B


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"A3C Exclusive - Adrift Da Belle"

Her work is showcased on MTV’s soundtrack for their original movie, ‘My Super Psycho Sweet Sixteen’. Her stage shows are magnetically charged performances. And her wordplay, playful cadence, and quality of her voice is a concoction of splintering self-assurance and introspective balance. Adrift Da Belle is a rarity in the game as she not only writes what she spits, but she also arranges music outside of Hip hop. In this interview, Adrift talks to A3C about her latest album Garden State Parkway, being an 80’s baby, and album titles her mother loves… or not. - A3C

"Hip Hop appreciates the ladies"

Adrift Da Belle yelled “Drifty!” with a stand-out performance of “Can You Feel It,” a track from her recently released Garden State Parkway [Album]. Her onstage drink ended up splattered all over the front row when she really got into the song, but the crowd loved it regardless. - Creative Loafing Atlanta


Da Threat (LP) 2006
Garden State Parkway (LP) 2010



This Georgia born-Jersey bred Hip Hop Artist embodies a now lost breed of female MC (i.e., MC Lyte, Salt N’ Pepa, Nikki D, etc, etc). Adrift’s music has proven to be intoxicating during countless performances at Atlanta area venues. Her voice can captivate the most jaded of Hip Hop heads with gritty, realistic word play from a woman’s perspective.

Since her arrival in the “A”, this transplant has made quite a name for herself through countless performances and her genre defying songwriting capabilities. Adrift has made an alliance with Ray Murray of Organized Noise and is now a member of the Ray Murray’s Hip Hop Collective Dungeoneze. Under Ray Murray’s tutelage, Adrift has continued to grow as a complete artist.

Most recently Adrift has joined forces with Manager Eljay Williams of The Content to test her acting skills, (Adrift has a supporting role in the indie film Pathways (Sean’s Lament) slated for national release Summer 2010) and has completed her second full-length album entitled Garden State Parkway (featuring production by Organized Noize, The Beat Gods and other mainstays on the indie hip hop scene). Two songs from her sophomore effort have already garnered the attention of the masses. “Dun-Ez” (produced by Ray Murray of Organized Noize) was featured on the Score and Soundtrack of the MTV Original Movie: “My Super Psycho Sweet Sixteen”. Her underground hit “Can U Feel It” has proven infectious to the national underground Hip Hop Scene since her performance of the smash while opening for Rakim at the October 2009 at the Atlanta based A3C Festival. Since then Adrift has introduced 2010 A3C Festival goers and all around hip hop lovers to “Cheba Cheba” her second hit from the same project with the release of it’s ATL All Star video (

Adrift’s popularity continues to grow as she continues to strive to evolve into a great person and artist. Adrift is currently looking to secure tour dates nationally and abroad to promote her sophomore release Garden State Parkway.