K Goddess Channels Her Brooklyn Roots To Establish Success In Rap

K Goddess hustles in more ways than one. The Brooklyn femcee is not only a rapper, but a model, actress and philanthropist. 

So far in 2020, K Goddess has released two projects with Big Goddess and The Arrival. Both projects play to diverse style of heavy hitting bars, proving that she can rap with the best of them. She is one of the first female rapper to step into the emerging genre of Brooklyn genre. In addition, the 23 year-old rapper has continued to feed the streets with singles such as “Pimp,” and “Friends.” 

Her standout journey started in Brownsville, Brooklyn, where she starred as a top high school basketball player. She then carried that love and passion for the sport into college. After battling back and forth with her love for music and basketball, she chose music. 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, she has exercised her philanthropic efforts as well. She has donated to underprivileged communities, single parents as well as foundations established for George Floyd and Breonna Taylor. 

K Goddess is set to drop her latest project, Don’t Ask on Friday, July 17th. You can expect that she will come with the heat as she continues to lay down her foundation as someone to watch in the rap game. 

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Friday 7/17 😈💔

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