FBI Independent Artist of the week
July 1st, 2020 FBI Radios' Up For It announces Kween G as Independent artist of the week celebrating her latest release 'KIBONE'
Read more here- https://fbiradio.com/independent-artist-kween-g/
New Release 'KIBONE'
Kween G has released all her music onto one digital download.
KIBONE is a self titled work speaking to the times and spreading a message of love & solidarity.
WOW Global 24
Uhambo x Dancey Dance Time
September 14th @ The Red Rattler Theatre
UHAMBO, A Journey to Africa is a new collaboration with Dancey Dance Time presented by Thuba Ndibali. Thuba Ndibali will collaborate with the Dancey Dance Time group for the screening of a short film directed by Thuba Ndibali followed by a talk unpacking some of the themes in the short film and cultural exchange about the Ndebele Tribe of Zimbabwe.
Dancey Dance Time is a newly established group made up of African Australian Inner West based artist who share a vision to combine their values for staying connected to their roots and acknowledging them as the foundation that has influenced their practise.
Le Prime Pop UP make available their range of original designs on caps, tees and signature African print Bum Bags. Its main purpose at UHAMBO, A Journey to Africa is the support & give a local label a platform to showcase the diversity of creators providing an interment apparel experience.
Filmed & documented by NAS COLORS Nana Owusu-Agyeman
Hosted by Kween G
Supported by Inner West Council
Images by TJ Garvie
In 2016 Hannah Brontë gave birth to the multi-limbed dance party monster that is Fempress. In 2019 the hip hop beast is back.
Bridging the worlds of hip hop, video art, installation and performance, MOTHERLODE is womxn on the mic, the decks and the dance floor.
This edition bills heavy hitters Jesswar, Jamaica, Kween G, Soju Gang, Kōtare and BabyMama. Together these fierce MCs and seductive DJs chart the temperature of the new tide rising. Join us for a night of immersive non-stop partying
Nominations are open- Australian Women in Music Awards
I'm proud to be involved in the Australian Women in Music Awards 2018. We're turning the spotlight on women in music to acknowledge and recognise the contribution and value of women in the Australian music industry.
Nominations can be made at the Australian Women in Music Awards website until 12th July 2018, with finalists to be announced on 3rd September 2018.
The Australian Women in Music Awards are made possible with the proud support of the Queensland Government and Canon.
Holla-back! 90's throwback
What I can I say It was a night to remember. Candy Royalle and HipHopHoe put on a magnificent evening! During my set I paid homage to Queen Pen, Lady of Rage & Ms Hill.
Photos by Nicola Bailey
Live @ Red Rattler Presents: GRRRL
The Red Rattler is thrilled to present an evening with GRRRL !
Thursday 19th April
7pm @ The Red Rattler Thearte
6 favasham St, Marrickville NSW-Sydney-Australia
Tix thru Humanatix: Humanitix will be donating the profits from all booking and payment fees to Women's & Girls' Emergency Centre
GRRRL is a an electronic music collaboration between revolutionary women, brought together by In Place of War, a global organisation that supports artistic creativity in places of conflict as a tool for positive change.
Kween G MC @ International Womens Day 2018 presented by Inner West Council
I was truly touched by the women speakers on the night.
• Speaker Shukufa Tahiri, a refugee from Afghanistan who is now a policy assistant at the Refugee Council of Australia and is a member of Refugee Communities Advocacy Network
• Speaker Christine Robinson, Wirringa Baiya, Aboriginal Women’s Legal Centre
• Speaker Gisele Mesnage, born legally blind, Gisele’s passion is to bring about legal and other systemic reforms to create an inclusive digital society
For more information, view www.innerwest.nsw.gov.au/IW
Kween G MC @ 10th Annual Africultures Festival. March 10th @ Wyatt Park Lidcombe
Welcome to the biggest Annual African Festival in Australia!
Its an honor to be your MC once again
What an amazing, fun, festive and exciting day we bring you every year to spread African Food, Culture, Music, Dancing, Drums and more. The celebration is a one-day event thats held in Wyatt Park, Lidcombe with the intent of bridging the cultural gap and awareness of Africans in Australia. Sign-up to our Jumbo Newsletter today and for regular updates follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre IWD- Girls Talk- Women's Work Panel
Women empowerment is key!
Sharing our stories about what led us to follow the beat of our hearts.
In discussion: Women in Music
Chaired by Luciana Valentina
- Kween G
- Yarmila Alfonzetti
- Amelia Jenner
- Carly Roberts
Speak Up" is a call for all people from all walks of life to speak up. An uplifting song to encourage us get together as one people with one voice. It's a reminder that we should get back to reality in this materialistic world and "be one with the sun, that's the taste of freedom”.
"We are the makers of our own destiney, manifesting life just how it should be. We are the makers of our own destiney, power in our minds, knowledge to set we free."