MC Flow

MC Flow

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"Her name describes it all, MC Flow; as in lyrics that just flow out of her with no hesitation or pause; PC creativity that flows out with humor and skill." -- URB Magazine, Jan/Feb 2007

Biography

MC Flow is a quick-witted, rhyme-spittin', female emcee from San Diego, California. Originally from New York, Flow moved out West in 2000, and quickly made a name for herself as a feisty, female lyricist with controversial lyrics and an engaging live show. In 2007, she won a San Diego Music Award in the "Best Hip-Hop" category and in April 2008, just released her debut album, "Incredible", a project that combines booty shakin' beats with the rapid-fire politically charged rhymes she is known for. Nothing is off limits for MC Flow -- whether she is rapping about pop-culture, equal rights, or the challenges of being a female rapper, she does so with a fierceness and ingenuity all her own.

MC Flow recently won hip-hop honors again, taking home two awards for “Best Hip-Hop” and “Best Hip-Hop Album” at the 2008 San Diego Music Awards. But the force that is MC Flow is something that must be experienced live to be fully understood! MC Flow is backed by producer Taylor-Tay, fly-girl/dancer GG, and turntablist DJ Rob Fayder. The band has opened for hip-hop superstars, T.I. and Clipse, as well as up-and-coming artists such as Yo Majesty, Jeffree Star, and Grand Ole Party. Flow and her band mates can also be heard singing back-up on two tracks ("I'm Yours" and "Make It Mine") off Jason Mraz's 2008 release, "We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things."

For more information, please visit MC Flow’s home on MySpace, at www.myspace.com/mcflow.

Discography

2008 -- "Incredible" LP
2007 -- Track "Def Perception" included in "17th Annual San Diego Music Awards" compilation CD
2007 -- Valentine demo
2006 -- MC Flow demo

Tracks "You Haven't Changed", "Incredible", "Carousel", "Boxes & Squares" and "Def Perception" have received airplay on FM 94/9.

Set List

45 minute set of ill rhymes, and booty shakin' dancing. Leotards and gold high-tops are a plus.