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by Tori WhoDat

An ever-evolving collection of songs from a writer whose lyrical content depicts real-life experiences and translates to the authentic voice of an artist with a triumphant spirit creating raw and vulnerable music to vent, heal and connect.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Southern Style
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Tori WhoDat has rightfully earned the spotlight of the Memphis music scene and is destined to be a household name. This young creative was once classified as a Hip-Hop artist but has transformed into an artist that can successfully transcend genres. Tori is breaking the mold and truly paving her own lane. She began writing reflective lyrics before the age of fifteen that eventually deemed her the outcast of a blue collar, devout Christian home. These real accounts of her experiences and the associated emotions have been shared and appreciated by the LGBTQ community as well as given a different perspective to others who are intrigued by her presence and reciprocate that energy. Having moved from New Orleans to Memphis and later Chicago and Baltimore, the heart of this female lyricist is filled with stories of skeletons in the closet, struggles with society and the roller coaster ride that comes along with grinding and sacrificing for your dreams.

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