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Queen YoNasDa Performs At The Gathering of Nations Powwow
Posted by Emanuel Wallace at Friday, April 16th, 2010 at 12:40PM :: Email this article :: Print this article

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PR Log (Press Release)Apr 16, 2010 – Native-American and female hip-hop artist, Queen YoNasDa, will perform her single, “So Special” as well as a medley of songs from her new album, “God, Love & Music” at the Gathering of Nations Powwow on April 24, 2010 at 6:30 p.m. at the University of New Mexico Arena in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Queen YoNasDa is the daughter of Wauneta Lonewolf, motivational speaker and activist, who was full-blooded Ogalala Lakota. “I feel honored to represent both the hip-hop community and Native-Americans by blending both cultures in my music,” says Queen YoNasDa. “I want to make Native-American culture more mainstream through my music and community activism.”

“So Special” is an alluring new single that serves as encouragement for the hip-hop community. “So Special” featuring Nhytee was produced by No ID and is the latest single from Queen YoNasDa’s album, “God, Love & Music.” No ID has produced tracks for major artists like Common, Kayne West and Jay-Z.
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About Queen YoNasDaPronounced (Yo-Naja-Ha)
“No Nation Can Rise Higher than its Woman,” is a saying that breathes truth.  Queen YoNasDa epitomizes this energy as a hip hop artist, curator, and activist. Without a doubt, there is an imbalance occurring in hip hop where female emcees have been silenced.   Her strong presence is bringing femcees with a message back to the forefront of music as the days of Queen Latifah and Lauryn Hill with a modern twist.  Her musical style encompasses an eclectic mix of wisdom, grooves, catchy hooks, and is sure to reach the masses.    

About the Gathering of Nations Powwow
The Gathering of Nations is a Native American Indian 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 1983 to promote Native American, American Indian (indigenous) culture & tradition, and dispel stereotypes created about Native American Indian and indigenous people.

For more information about Queen YoNasDa, visit her website at, become a Facebook fan at and follow her on Twitter at

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