PHN FemCee-Vember Edition | K. Flay – ‘Make Me Fade’, ‘Thicker Than Dust’ and ‘We Hate Everyone’ [VIDEOS]

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K. Flay

K. Flay (born Kristine Meredith Flaherty on June 30, 1985 in Wilmette, Illinois) is a rapper, producer and alumna of Stanford University in California.  

During her freshman year, K.Flay and a friend were discussing modern rap music. Believing that most hip-hop hits on the radio were simplistic, misogynistic, and formulaic, she proclaimed that even she could do a song like that. To demonstrate, K.Flay spent that night writing a song called Blingity Blang Blang, which she described as "a low-budget rap parody that contained far too many obscenities."[1] Realizing that she actually enjoyed it, she wrote two more songs before the end of the year.

The summer after her freshman year at Stanford was a period of experimentation. She continued to write more songs and discovered how to record them as musical tracks on her laptop computer.
During her sophomore year, she began performing for live audiences, and in her junior year she released her debut album, Suburban Rap Queen, which has earned her quite a local buzz and myriad fans, thanks in part to her internet web page and MySpace profile.

Since her first release, she has become one of the most sought after and world renowned female MC's in the world. In November of 2014, the theft of her van from an Oakland California venue became front page news in local papers. At the time it was unclear whether the theft would derail her trajectory to super stardom and international relevance.

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Source: Wikipedia,  YouTube