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SKG becomes the first female rapper from LA to perform at Coachella

From Deathrow Records to blitzing the Heineken stage at Coachella, SKG is the name on everyone’s lips right now. The first female rapper from LA to achieve such a feat, SKG is proving to everyone that she’s here to stay. Following up on the success of her standout single Bad Azz Bitch and her debut album Unfinished Business, she is making all the right moves in an industry crying out for bold and creative women.
Known for her time at Deathrow and performing on Tupac’s album ‘Until The End Of Time’ and Tha Dogg Pound’s album ‘2002’, she began releasing her own material in 2006 and has been consistently bringing her brand of vibrant, sassy, and infectious music to an ever-growing audience. That audience was blessed by the aforementioned appearance at Coachella where she performed her unreleased song “We Didn’t Know” featuring the talented singer Tabiyus Nah and The West Los Angeles children’s choir to rapturous applause.
With such a legacy in the game, it is hardly surprising that she continues to work with some heavyweight hitters including Anthony Hamilton, Paul Wall, Lil Boosie, Dave East, Suga Free and so many more. She is the epitome of the modern woman, fiercely independent and unafraid to speak her own truths in a style of her own making.
SKG is also building her own brand outside of music. CEO of three companies, she is producing films/documentaries for Netflix, Tubi, Hulu and heads her own advertising agency which is the envy of all others. Currently writing and producing the TV show ‘Girlfriends and Champagne’, the series will be back in 2022 for its third season as it continues to discuss the hot topics of the day.
Whether it be in the visual world of TV, the festival stage or the musical domain she reigns over, SKG is unquestionably one of the most exciting women in the industry today. Join her on her journey and be empowered by everything she has to offer.

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