As Chattanooga’s rap and hip-hop scene continues to grow, three local female rappers have partnered with Flashlight Shows for a special May 18 showcase.
The show is 18-and-up and $10 in advance or at the door. Poet Erika Dionne Roberts will emcee the event.
As always with Flashlight Shows, a portion of proceeds benefit a nonprofit. Make Music Chattanooga is the featured nonprofit for the evening.
More information is here.
Floami Fly was recently highlighted in a music video with a group known as 7 Deadly Sins. The collective is made up of 7 “real emcees.” The group is currently working on setting up a tour to go along with the video. Watch the video below:
Flashlight Shows is a nonprofit music series whose aim is to “shine a light on” up-and-coming indie bands, to highlight various local charities and to help further the perception of Chattanooga as a sustainable concert destination.
Read a previous Nooga.com article about the series here.
Flashlight Shows presents She Returns from War at the Palace Theater on June 15. Tickets are available now.