One to Watch: K Goddess, Brooklyn’s First Lady of Drill Music

Although drill music originated in the South Side of Chicago in the early 2010s, a lot of artists nowadays are performing this form of trap music— mostly male rappers. But what about female rappers? That’s where Brooklyn native K Goddess and her fire bars come in!

The 23-year-old is not only a rapper, she is also a model, an actress and a philanthropist, having donated over $30,000 to her community in response to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the current racial injustice in America. So far, 2020 has been a good year for K Goddess —she’s released two projects, Big Goddess and The Arrival, and she just dropped her latest single “Don’t Ask.” However the femcee has been in the music business since 2017. Back in her high school days, the emerging artist always stood out from other girls. Although music was her passion, she also had a love for basketball, as she became one of the top players in her high school and then later in college. While in college, K Goddess started writing her own rhymes and got more involved in music, which led to her choosing music over basketball.

Later on, the fierce rapper got her big break when she met with Billboard producer and former Love and Hip Hop New York cast member SwiftOnDemand, who worked on her debut mixtape Diary Of A Goddess.

After remixing UK artist Giggs’ single “Whippin’ Excursion”, K Goddess managed to get a co-sign from the rapper. And after fans were drawn to the remix, the East Coast rapper gained an even larger following on social media and soon enough, she started booking venues and connecting with other up and coming artists in New York and in other states.

Next up for this rising star is the release of her new EP dropping this month, East Coast Bitch, whcih will include 11 new singles and plenty of visuals.

Check out “Dont Ask” below and follow K Goddess on social media!

Follow K Goddess on Instagram @kgoddessofficial

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