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Hip-hop artist, Kemistry, announces new single "Make it jump sis"

Kemistry is up-and-coming female rapper and recording artist rapidly making a name for herself within the music industry. An avid music lover from a young age, Kemistry has been crafting her own unique sound and musical skillset all of her life. Her first single titled, "I got that fire", received an enormously positive reception on various streaming platforms, and has not only helped solidify Kemistry's belief in herself as an artist, but has also motivated her to push even harder for success. Citing her greatest inspirations to be her grandmother and mother, Kemistry is certainly a rising artist to keep an eye on!

Most recently, she released her single, "Make it jump sis" on YouTube, which is available to stream now. Follow her on her social media platforms to stay updated on her upcoming music news and collaborations.

Find Kemistry's music now on YouTube:


Hello, Kemistry! Thank you for joining us today. When did you first discover your passion for music?

Kemistry: I first discovered my passion for music when I was a kid, when I used to write songs and poems. I also used to sing in the church choir in high school, and when I was in the choir I would go to school and rap in front of all the kids there.

What three words would you say best summarize your musical style?

Kemistry: Hip-hop, pop music, and rap.

Tell me about your most recent music release.. what was the inspiration behind writing it?

Kemistry: My most recent music release is my song called "Make it jumps sis". It’s dedicated to all the go-getting women and boss females.

What other notable artists influence your music the most?

Kemistry: I never had an artist to influence my music, but my favorite female artists are Eve, Lil Kim, Nicki Minaj, and Trina.

What is the next “big thing” the world can expect from you?

Kemistry: The world can expect more from me. I will be doing more shows and collaborations with other artists and I will be releasing more songs - stay tuned.

Watch Kemistry's videos on YouTube:




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