Anna Wise, Count Bass D, Yani Mo, Pamela And Her Sons At 529

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Speakeasy Promotions presents....

Anna Wise (of Sonnymoon)
Count Bass D
w/ special guests: Yani Mo & Pamela_ and her sons
DJ sets from The Morkestra in between acts

Thursday September 29
At 529 in East Atlanta
9pm / $12adv / 21+ / Non Smoking

Anna Wise is a Grammy winning singer, songwriter, and performer based in Brooklyn, NY. Anna has garnered a dedicated following amongst musicians and music fans alike ever since her collaborations with Kendrick Lamar on good kid, m.A.A.d city (“Real,” “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe,” “Money Trees”) and To Pimp a Butterfly (“These Walls,” “Institutionalized”). Their song “These Walls” won the Grammy award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration at the 2016 Grammy’s.

Anna also performs alongside her band, Sonnymoon, with whom she has released three albums, Golden Age, Sonnymoon, and The Courage of Present Times. Anna has shared the stage with artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Kimbra, The Roots, Givers, Flying Lotus, Bilal, Teebs, Tei Shi, and more.

Anna’s first EP, The Feminine: Act I, is now available for purchase and streaming online.

Count Bass D has been the quintessential underground hip-hop musician for the past twenty years. An artist who has gained international attention and acclaim, struggled through setbacks and false starts, and who, over the years, has inspired an entire generation of independent artists still searching for recognition themselves.
Count Bass D occupies an advantageous position to speak on art, life, family, and articulate the strange priorities unique to those who abandon stability and certainty to chase dreams.

The Lithonia, Ga native describes herself as “the lioness with 9 lives” and with music that reach everything from hip-hop to neo-soul, there’s no wonder why her influences range from Toni Morrison, Al Green, Lauryn Hill, and Dilla. With two projects already under her belt (Compound/Words and Space & Simplicity), Yani Mo has shifted her focus on hitting the road all over states.

Pamela_ and her sons is an Atlanta-based musician/artist. Perceptual club computer music. Emotive, playful, dark + cerebral microtonal dance music.
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