Pop-arazzi: Hopie | Audrey Magazine

Describing her sound as “underground hip-hop from the ’90s mixed in with pop music and hyphy music,” Hopie acknowledges that her difficult childhood, her experience as an Asian American woman, and the underrepresentation of her demographic in hip-hop music are driving forces behind her lyrics. “In real life, I’m really shy to talk about stuff like that — my childhood, my socioeconomic status, my frustrations
as a human being — but in my music, I like to explore that,” she says. – See more at: http://audreymagazine.com/winter-12-13-pop-arazzi-hopie/#sthash.i32jE3U7.dpuf
Describing her sound as “underground hip-hop from the ’90s mixed in with pop music and hyphy music,” Hopie acknowledges that her difficult childhood, her experience as an Asian American woman, and the underrepresentation of her demographic in hip-hop music are driving forces behind her lyrics. “In real life, I’m really shy to talk about stuff like that — my childhood, my socioeconomic status, my frustrations as a human being — but in my music, I like to explore that,” she says.

 

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(IMAGE SOURCE: Hopie’s Bandcamp page)

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