In this much anticipated sit down with the beautiful Dutch Rebelle, I had the chance to really get to know Dutch on a more intimate and personal realm. Tune in while we discuss some of her most pivotal moments in life, and a couple hidden gems you may not have known! As always, I ask that you listen with an open heart, open mind, and open ears and MOST IMPORTANTLY...KEEP THE CONVERSATIONS GOING! Contact Dutch: Website: dutchrebelle.com IG: @thedutchrebelle Twitter/FB: @dutchrebelle Contact LGN: IG/Twitter: @LezGetNaked_ Facebook: @LezGetNaked Email: LezGetNaked1@gmail.com Contact MzMo: IG/FB /Twitter: @MzMoPhila --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lezgetnaked/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lezgetnaked/support
“Born Vanda Bernadeau in Hinche, Haiti to a Haitian mother and Haitian-Dominican father, Dutch ReBelle is known for “mixing introspective, punch-lined filled lyrics with heart pounding production”. ReBelle earned national attention early on with electrifying performances at SXSW, A3C and the Brooklyn Hip-Hop festival. Publications like XXL noted ReBelle “spearheading her way into blogs because of her poetic style…lyrical bravado…and fiery talent.” Having earned the title “Queen of the Bean,” ReBelle solidified her local reputation as a “ReBelle with a Cause” (The Boston Globe) with her 2012 “Married to the Music” EP. Soon after her “Sunday Morning” music video was featured on MTV’s Rap Fix Live, ReBelle was named “Best Hip-Hop Artist” by the Boston Music Awards and featured on the cover of The Improper Bostonian.Ms. “kiss kiss, BANG BANG” has found success defying expectations and is now cultivating a global audience. With last year’s release of “NO STEMS”, reintroducing ReBelle reintroduced her rap roots with sounds inspired by her Haitian-Dominican upbringing and recent festival performance in Africa.
Dutch ReBelle's Golden Hour | The Golden Hours Podcast
The Golden Hours
Boston hip-hop artist Dutch Rebelle stopped by to talk about her experience navigating the music scene both in Boston and abroad. She tells us how she first got her start doing small shows in the Roxbury/Dorchester neighborhood of Boston and eventually playing at SXSW, A3C festivals, and touring abroad in countries like the UK and the Congo.----------Watch this Episode HERE: https://youtu.be/6XgLdkf6znQ-----------Follow !Website: www.dutchrebelle.comInstagram: @dutchrebelle------------Follow GDP!Instagram:@goldendeerproductionsYouTube:YouTube.com/GoldenDeerProductionsFacebook:Facebook.com/GoldenDeerProductionsWebsite: goldendeer.productions--------Follow Conor Holway:Instagram:@bigboachieLinkedIn:linkedin.com/conorholwayTwitter:@boachbonnie--------Listen to Our Podcasts Here!iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-g…d1437829342?mt=2Soundcloud:@goldendeerproductionsSpotify:Search: "The Golden Hours Podcast"------------------Shouts Out To The Best Podcast Team In The State:Bixx: @jack.bigelowBig Fresh: @abu_617Sammy Spielberg: @samsuthrlndFrankie Films: @frankiefilms_xuSarah Slugs: @sarah_olender -----------------The Official Score of the "The Rise of Dercules" was composed by Josh Schuback (@josh_schuback) & Designed by Jack Bigelow, (@jack.bigelow).Voiceover: Tim Blouin, @timblou8-------------------The "GDP Jingle" heard in every podcast (Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud) was created by MyCompiledThoughts.@mycompiledthoughts-----------------------Record Live From Warehouse XI:www.wxi.space--------------------------The Golden Hours Podcast is a Boston Podcast run by Golden Deer Productions. The podcast is hosted by Conor Holway (a great guy), and we try to show love to anyone making moves in the city. This podcast covers Business, Entertainment, Music, and Sports, woah!
On this Episode we discuss tekashi 69, the area51 alienstock. We get into the dj scene in the city and we talk about legacy amongst black men. Our guest Dutch Rebelle discussed her view on the scene now compared to a few years and how she's had to adapt to it. We were nominated for Music Podcast of Year. Link to vote will be below. https://bostonmusicawards.com/vote/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/itslitboston/support
Above The Basement - Boston Music and Conversation
Hip-Hop artist and proud "Queen of the Bean", Dutch ReBelle has earned national attention for her lyrical punch and powerful performances. In 2014 she was named the Boston Music Awards “Best Hip-Hop Artist” and continues to make her mark in the fantastic Boston Hip-Hop scene. We talk about her Haitian roots, food, her experience in the Congo and her foray from pre-law into a hip-hop force to be reckoned with. Song List: Song 1: I Can't Song 2: Sunday Morning (feat. Amandi) Song 3: No Less (ReBelle Diaries) Song 4: Stripper (feat. 6ixlayne & Prince Smooth) Join us at Above The Basement! Go to www.patreon.com/abovethebasement for more information.
Dutch ReBelle is a Boston hip-hop artist who was born in Haiti and raised in the Boston area. She’s won numerous awards including the Boston Music Award for Best Hip-Hop Artist and is nominated this year for Music Video of the Year and Hip Hop Artist of the Year. Pebbles, Dutch ReBelle and VOICES producer Leroy Irvin Dutch is using her voice not only to make music but to support causes close to her heart like a school in her native Haiti, to build community, and to empower girls and young women. Connect with Dutch on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and on her website.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dutch Rebelle joined us to talk about Rebelle Diaries & her path to becoming an MC. Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang. LFOD Radio broadcasts live every Tuesday at 7pm on 91.5FM in Boston. Learn more at www.LFODRadio.com. #LFOD