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Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF
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Nadirah X - Ink(EP)
Nadirah X - Ink(Album)
Nadirah X - Testimony(single)
Nadirah X - Here it Comes(single)

Swish - Invincible EP
Swish - Voice of the Crooked Vol 1. mixtape



Hailing from Jamaica and Mississippi, Mister+Misses consists of female emcee Nadirah X and rapper/producer Swish, whom stand at the nexus of unbridled creativity that celebrate the common man.

Both artists born amidst economic hardship and struggle, music has always been at the foundation of their youth.
Early on, their paths were different. Nadirah X was writing poetry that led to working with Sly and Robbie, two of Jamaica's biggest producers. She later went on to win the Caribbean Music Expo and was spotted by Brian Jobson and Dave Stewart. She was flown to England and began working with legends such as Annie Lennox, Jimmy Cliff, and Gary "Mudbone" Cooper. At this very time, Swish was at The University of Southern Mississippi honing his craft, producing and working with local artists. After graduating college, Swish produced mixtapes and sent out demos. To no avail, he moved to Los Angeles and it would be there where Swish and Nadirah X would meet. They immediately formed a mutual respect for each other's gift and began working on material, with Swish handling the production and the two both writing together.

The Hip-hop duo formed in 2010 after Dave Stewart saw them performing in London at the famed Victoria House. Since then they've performed together from Los Angeles and Chicago to Helsinki and Jamaica. They have collectively worked with artists such as Mick Jagger, Glen Ballard, Mike Bradford, Bishop Lamont, Joss Stone and others but although their resume is sure to peak intrigue, it's their music that inspires imagination, ambition and hope. But they also speak to the ills that effect society. Glen Ballard has described them as "amazing and necessary to music."

Their ideas transcend popular music, combining hip-hop and musicality and is sure to make a mark in music for years to come.