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“I wanted to be a songwriter, and write songs for big name people, but as I encountered different problems, relating to race, gender, poverty, and life in general, I didn’t find anyone out there who represented me to perform my songs and speak my lyrics.” – Miwa Lyric
And so began a life’s journey into the world of music, poetry and soul searching. Miwa Lyric, born in Los Angeles, has dealt with the issues of Japanese-Americans all her life. Profoundly affected by the works of Tupac Shakur, she took rap as the major instrument in her own self-expression.
So if you are in the mood for some gritty rap about life and death and everything in between (and have no problems with Parental Advisory stickers on your music) come learn the story of the rapper who says: “Light lip gloss, I wear flip flops, I don’t crip walk but I’m still hip hop.”
On May 21, 2010 Miwa Lyric was kind enough to give an interview to J-Pop World. Miwa Lyric Interview.
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