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About me on Bandwidth.

I started writing for Bandwidth, the music website for WAMU 88.5, back in 2015 and I haven’t stopped! Even when I was studying abroad in London, I managed to do a Facetime interview and send my copy in. I love writing for Bandwidth because I get to talk with very interesting, talented and creative people from around the area. I have so much love for the DMV music scene; it has a lot of potential and it’s definitely on the come up.

Read everything I’ve written so far:

  1. DJ Ayes Cold Talks About Empathy Behind The Decks, And Being A ‘Brown Woman Doing Music’
  2. Dreamy R&B Duo Abhi//Dijon Finds A More Concise Sound On ‘Montana’
  3. To These Maryland Rappers, ‘DMV’ Stands For ‘Dope Music Village’
  4. 15 Recent D.C. Records You Don’t Want To Miss
  5. April + VISTA, Back On Earth With A New R&B Track, ‘Beasts’
  6. With Her New Music, Vocalist Carolyn Malachi Goes Au Naturel
  7. Take It From Teenage Band Nox: ‘Anyone Can Do This’
  8. Baltimore Performer Abdu Ali: ‘We’re All Dealing With Post-Traumatic Slave Syndrome’
  9. Maracuyeah Fêtes 5 Years Of ‘Queer-Fly, Immigrant-Posi’ Dance Parties
  10. Abir Has A Voice, And She’s Not Shy About Using It
  11. Ras Nebyu: The Singing Rapper Spreading ‘Slizzatrism’ Across The World
  12. Why This Band Is Fighting For Its Right To Have An ‘Offensive’ Name
  13. Rapper Aye Yo Smiley: ‘You Don’t Always Have To Have A Hook’
  14. D.C. Rapper Pinky KillaCorn Wants To Be As Ubiquitous As (Yep!) Corn
  15. Bandwidth’s 50 Favorite D.C. Songs Of 2015
  16. For Maryland R&B Singer LeXuS, It’s All About The Fire
  17. Cigarette, D.C.’s Chillest Band, Dissects A Kiss On A New Song
  18. Even After Its 10th Release, D.C. Punk Label Sister Polygon Is Still Stoked
  19. Meet Babeo Baggins Of Barf Troop, The Rap Collective Taking Over The Internet
  20. Track Work: The North Country, ‘The Cross We Bear’