Beach Street is the debut mixtape from artist and transgender woman KC Ortiz. Inspired by her Grandmother's pride for buying her first home on Beach Street in Mobile, Alabama she's celebrating Miss Pearl's legacy as well as Kaycee's intent on changing the game with her first release with FUTUREHOOD.
Faggot sees Mister Wallace spit to jazzy, infectious ballroom beats that link club music, house, sickening synths and hip hop, all while exploding the constructs of queer sex and gender. - Madison Moore via Thought Catalogue
The subversive nature of her work is powerful in how she empowers femme identity and sexuality, distancing it from the shame reinforced by society. "Hoeism is Feminism is Futurism," Buttah says. "HoFi is for femmes who have no problem using their sexuality to survive and achieve goals." - Fatima OUT
“Blackie: A Story by Roy Kinsey,” an impressive collection of introspective hip-hop. The work eulogizes his beloved grandmother and offers the rapper’s testimony on personal hardships as well as meditations on life as a black queer man in America. - GERRICK D. KENNEDY via LA TIMES
Protest Music for Black Queer liberation and Rozay Labeija's FUTUREHOOD debut
Wallace’s lyrics are as sharp as ever, but they move away from the more brash and upfront style of their earlier releases towards something more edifying and vitalising. -Selim Bulut via Dazed Magazine