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Kimmortal: Sad Femme Club

This powerful track and kinetic video show why the BC hip-hop artist is making major waves. She spits her rhymes with real fire, and the lyrics hold nothing back.

Kimmortal: Sad Femme Club

By Kerry Doole

Kimmortal -  Sad Femme Club (Coax Records): This Vancouver-based hip-hop artist is making major waves with her current album X Marks the Swirl, and she has just released a video (supported by TELUS) for one of its focus tracks.


A press release explains that "the video features the 2-dimensional pastel world of Kimmortal’s inner spaces - particularly the Structure that casts a shadow in their life. Transported to a colourful room of the Sad Femme Club, Kimmortal is trained to fight the powers and transform the space she is in with their new crew.

"The concept for the “Sad Femme Club” music video came directly from Kimmortal’s imaginative and complex personal dealings with oppressions and structures."

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On the track, she spits her rhymes with real fire, while the lyrics hold nothing back. Samples: "I've got zero tolerance when they fuck with my sacred space" - "Toxic masculinity is killing all the poetry."

An artist to listen to and watch carefully.

On June 22, Kimmortal plays the Summer Solstice Party in the Park with DJ Shub in Cumberland, BC.

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Allison Russell at an interview with iHeartRadio for Billboard Canada Women in Music on June 19, 2024
Marc Thususka Photography

Allison Russell at an interview with iHeartRadio for Billboard Canada Women in Music on June 19, 2024

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