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Queen YoNasDa Protests SB-1070 & Hits Stage With 50 Cent
Posted by Emanuel Wallace at Thursday, June 3rd, 2010 at 5:50PM :: Email this article :: Print this article



From Queen YoNasDa:

Peace and blessings, 

Summertime is here and it already started on a good run for me. I performed at the pre-rally for the National Day of Action Against the SB-1070 Bill signed in Arizona. I spoke about the mobilization of the Hip Hop community against this bill and performed my single "So Special" produced by No ID. The next day I marched with over 100,000 people from across the country on a 5 mile trek to the Capitol. It was a huge success!! Also my fans started a facebook campaign to get me and female rappers on this years Rock The Bells. I am truly grateful for them here is the link http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=124489484236206  So please add yourself and post me and other femcees you think should be on this tour.

Then soon after that I received a call from a promoter to perform with ..... 


 

Queen YoNasDa Opens for 50 Cent's "The Invitation" US Tour

(Phoenix, Arizona)--Female hip-hop emcee and activist, Queen YoNasDa, has been selected to open and perform for 50 Cent's "The Invitation" US tour in her hometown of Phoenix, Arizona on Monday, June 7, 2010 at the Celebrity Theatre 40 N. 32nd St., Phoenix, Arizona. The show begins at 7 p.m. MST.

One of the new singles Queen YoNasDa will perform from her new album "God. Love. and Music"  is titled, "So Special," an alluring song that serves as encouragement and inspiration for the hip-hop community. "So Special" featuring Nyhtee was written by Queen YoNasDa and produced by No ID who has produced tracks for major artists like Common, Kayne West and Jay-Z.

You can hear her new single "So Special" on AllHipHop.com: http://allhiphop.com/stories/multimedia__music/archive/2010/04/02/22159339.aspx

About Queen YoNasDa Pronounced (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. She got her start in the entertainment industry by choreographing BET's Teen Summit, Planet Groove and Soundstage then eventually moved on to open nationally for Wu-Tang Clan's 8 Diagrams Tour (Winter 2008-2009). Along the way she has performed with many other artists that include Lloyd, Ginuwine, Method Man & Redman, Jurassic 5, and Christina Aguilera. Queen YoNasDa recently completed her first national co-headlining tour with Wu Tang Clan's Raekwon alongside Capone N Noreaga "Built For Cuban Linx 2 Tour" (Nov.13-Dec 19,2009). She performed songs from her highly-respected album "God. Love. and Music." As the grand-daughter of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and daughter of Wauneta Lonewolf, Queen YoNasDa has proven to be a leader by spearheading movements like "Hip-Hop for Haiti" and leading the hip-hop community in Arizona to protest the new immigration law which she considers to be racial profiling and separates families. The Arizona protest song is a remake of Public Enemy's "By the Time I Get to Arizona" and has been featured on AllHipHop.com: http://allhiphop.com/stories/features/archive/2010/05/06/22204547.aspx />
For more information about Queen YoNasDa, visit her website at http://QueenYoNasDa.com, become a Facebook fan at http://Facebook.com/QueenYoNasDa and follow her on Twitter at http://Twitter.com/QueenYoNasDa />

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