“If I’ve [made a hit] once, I can do it again,” asserts Oakland rapper Kamaiyah. “Visually, creatively – anything that I do won’t ever stop.”
There’s plenty of reason to believe her. The past year alone has seen her flip blog buzz into a spot among XXL‘s 2017 Freshman Class; a critically acclaimed mixtape, 2016’s A Good Night in the Ghetto; and collaborations with YG.
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Kamaiyah on Making Feel-Good Hip-Hop, Becoming a West Coast Icon
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