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Alynda Segarra shot from below, playing guitar onstage in front of a microphone.

Feministing Jamz: Alynda Lee Segarra of Hurray for the Riff Raff

If you are not familiar with Hurray for the Riff Raff, the time to catch up is now. Breathing new life into the American folk tradition, the Bronx-bred, New Orleans-based Alynda Lee Segarra — the woman behind Hurray for the Riff Raff — writes music celebrating, about, and for anyone who might be considered the “riff raff.”

If you are not familiar with Hurray for the Riff Raff, the time to catch up is now. Breathing new life into the American folk tradition, the Bronx-bred, New Orleans-based Alynda Lee Segarra — the woman behind ...

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Feministing Jamz video of the week: The Body Electric by Hurray for the Riff Raff

In another case of a video which should have made the best of 2014 list but came out shortly after the list was published, we have “The Body Electric” by Hurray For The Riff Raff. The video and song, which tackle racist, gendered, and transmisogynist violence — while managing to be gorgeous at the same time — shook me to my core.

In another case of a video which should have made the best of 2014 list but came out shortly after the list was published, we have “The Body Electric” by Hurray For The ...

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Feminsting Jamz video of the week: Vernáculo by Future Brown ft. Maluca

Just shortly after publishing Jamz’ Best Feminist Music Videos of 2014 list, the consistently brilliant Future Brown — with the help of Jamz fave Maluca — put out a video that definitely should have made the cut. Sigh. I should have known — last year Beyoncé released her visual album the day after that year’s list

Just shortly after publishing Jamz’ Best Feminist Music Videos of 2014 list, the consistently brilliant Future Brown — with the help of Jamz fave Maluca — put out a video that definitely should have made the ...

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Feministing Jamz: Tink responds to Ferguson

The excellent, young Chicago rapper Tink — who you may have heard featured on the Future Brown track of our last playlist — just put out a new track yesterday in response to the lack of an indictment of Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot Mike Brown. In moments like these, I am so thankful for the artists who are able to translate rage into art — which can then mobilize so many more. 

The excellent, young Chicago rapper Tink — who you may have heard featured on the Future Brown track of our last playlist — just put out a new track yesterday in response to the lack ...

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