As far as hip-hop origin stories go, Kitty Pryde‘s “Claire’s clerk from Daytona Beach posts sung-rap on YouTube that becomes popular first on Tumblr, then in The New York Times” was certainly a new one. Since she uploaded her song “Okay Cupid” back in May of 2012, the music video has received more than 1 million hits, and Kitty has toured the country with artists like Danny Brown and Anamanaguchi.
Tonight, in her adopted home, she headlines this week’s installment of the Brooklyn Night Bazaar, a warehouse after-hours flea market featuring vendors (both culinary and commercial), mini-golf, ping-pong, and opening act Party Supplies, a Fool’s Gold
DJ-producer whose live sets unfortunately do not live up to the mixtapes he has made alongside Action Bronson. At 6, Brooklyn Night Bazaar,165 Banker Street, Brooklyn,
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on November 20, 2013