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Reina Williams is a rising star in the hip-hop community.
She's The Queen of Musical Intrigue and has been primed for stage success since a very young age. The daughter of an opera singer, her hereditary gift for creating music has come effortlessly. With a contradictory style that directly corresponds with her ever-changing mood, Reina keeps her audience guessing and amazed by her unexpected yet dynamic performances.
Called "[A] uniquely refreshing and intriguing artist" by Baltimore O
Juba Kalamka is an African American bisexual artist and activist recognized for his work and founding member of homohop group Deep Dickollective (D/DC) and his development of the micro-label Sugartruck Recordings.
Kalamka has coordinated the release and promotion of five critically successful D/DC albums, the Outmusic Award winning solo debut of former Sister Spit member Rocco "Katastrophe" Kayiatos, and the distribution of the work of numerous other artists in the homohop community.