Savannah, Georgia-native rapper-entrepreneur Quanna releases new EP ‘Miss Thang’: Listen

On songs like ‘Big Mama’, you’ll hear her confidence and comedic side exude.

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Quanna, a homegrown recording artist out of Savannah, Georgia, moved to New York City to pursue a career in the music industry. On songs like ‘Big Mama’, you’ll hear her confidence and comedic side exude. Now, the Southern rapper is back with her latest project entitled, ‘Miss Thang’ featuring collaborators, Amazin and Lightupp. Check out the five-track follow-up EP to her 2015 release ‘Queenie’ now.

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Known for keeping it simple and authentic to herself, she makes songs easy to call and respond—made for a live performance setting. Speaking of which, Quanna will be in Atlanta for A3C next month. Aside for her performances at 3 Dollar Bill (Brooklyn) on September 23 and A3C (Atlanta) October 8-13, there’s a CareFreeBlackGirl Cookout on October 12 from 3-8PM. Quanna has also launched a brand called ‘CareFreeBlackGirl’, which encompasses a podcast, picnics, live shows, and more.

If you’re passionate about women empowerment, supporting entrepreneurship and the arts, then, this is the place for you! View the flyer below to see the full lineup of Black women from all over the country.

Young queen, please, make the CareFreeBlackGirl label imprint.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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