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DUTCH REBELLE PERFORMING LIVE IN GOMA, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO FOR #IDFGOMA2017!
[3.18] DUTCH REBELLE TO SPEAK ON "BEAUTY, BRAINS & HUSTLE" PRESENTED BY CODE ECLECTIC
Dutch ReBelle featured as february's "off the mic" artist
Dutch ReBelle featured in
rock band 4 rivals!
So thankful to Harmonix Music Systems for reaching out and featuring me in the newest feature of the new Rock Band 4's "ROCKUDRAMA" feature! Purchase RB4 for Playstation 4, XBOX and XBOX ONE!
"There is seriously some crazy shit going on these days in Boston music. The city’s hip-hop scene is blowing up on a national level, Americana and folks bands are packing venues on both weeknights and weekends, and the time-honored garage rock bands keep ripping up both basements and rock clubs. It’s always been futile to try to attempt to pinpoint a “Boston sound,” but in 2016, it might be as varied as it has ever been.
While the sound remains impossible to peg, the Record Co. is trying to capture the spirit of the Boston music scene. This week, the Massachusetts Avenue non-profit music incubator has revealed its new compilation Beast: Boston Sessions Vol. 1, a 13-track collection of new material that captures the raw energy of some of Boston’s most exciting bands and artists." - Michael Marrotta (Vanyaland.com)
DUTCH REBELLE MAKES HISTORY AT THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS IN BOSTON!
10.14.2016: The #MFAOvernight: College Edition was one of four all-night parties taking place in the Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art as part of #mfaNOW, a season of contemporary exhibitions and events happening at the MFA Boston. This historical introduction of Hip-Hop headliners like me, STL GLD and Hech Rhymes to the series was thanks to curator DJ Leah V. Find out more...HERE
"Dutch ReBelle is in the middle of leaping two big hurdles (Boston MCs rarely go national; hip-hop remains a boys club). Give her a push into the mainstream by downloading “Whatchu Like” — a tasty blend of electro-pop and hip-hop." - Jeb Gottlieb (BostonHerald.com)