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Kokatha Greek artist, Lady Lash, makes her mark in the First Nations hip hop scene

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Sultry and soulful are two words which perfectly encapsulate the music style of Kokatha Greek artist, Lady Lash.

Also known as Crystal Clyne Mastosavvas, the artist is making her mark on the First Nations hip hop scene with her trademark sultry vocals and lush beats.

In fact, when she’s not bringing her magic to stages from the Sydney Opera House to prime rooftop bars and grass root festivals, she’s releasing singles such as Thieving Hearts in 2020.

So to mark NAIDOC week, The Greek Herald thought it was the perfect time to look into her song a little bit deeper.

In this song, Lady Lash sweeps you up gently in the subtle rise and fall of her delivery, according to Double J. This lulls you into her poetic world, which references nature, the feminine, family and relationships, and how they all intersect.

Kokatha Greek artist, Lady Lash. Source: Facebook.

A gifted storyteller drawing on both sides of her cultural heritage, the evolution of Lady Lash as an artist and musician is clear with this track and her mature delivery sets her apart from contemporaries in this genre.

“I wrote this song about connecting back to my hometown and how spiritual and powerful that can be, all while honouring your culture, deep memories and your inner feminine & masculine,” Lady Lash writes on her website.

With such a clear passion for both her Kokatha and Greek heritages, we can’t wait to see where Lady Lash’s talents take her next.

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