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Big Freedia with Low Cut Connie at Saint Andrew’s Hall Nov. 5

By | 2019-10-16T16:25:40-04:00 October 16th, 2019|Entertainment, Features|

New Orleans-based rapper and bounce music ambassador Big Freedia is a hip-hop artist who is changing the game. Her website describes her style best, characterizing it as “call-and-response lyrics over rapid-fire beats and booty-shaking.” And she is taking New Orleans-style bounce hip-hop and bringing it to the national stage. She’ll make her way to Detroit on Tuesday, Nov. 5, to St. Andrew’s Hall.
Some of her biggest breakthroughs include a nomination for the 22nd GLAAD Media Awards, appearances in the The New York Times and Rolling Stone and even a collaboration with Beyonce on her 2016 hit “Formation.”
Saint Andrew’s Hall is located at 431 E. Congress St. in Detroit. Tickets start at $25. Find more information about the event online at saintandrewsdetroit.com.

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