Artist Spotlight: Snow tha Product

Ten Reasons Snow Tha Product Needs To Be On Your Rap Radar

“Immaculate flow, Latin rapper that’s dope/I was gone for a year, now I’m back for the throne.”

– “Holy Shit,”  STP

1. Her flow is so so sick. Think Twista meets Big Pun meets Trina like you can’t catch this chick ‘cuz she’s already twenty syllables ahead of you.
2. She is one hundred percent Mexican-American from Cali now residing in Texas.
3. She came out with a mixtape FIRST which is something that cannot be skipped over when it comes to hip-hop. Download her latest: Unorthodox.5
4. Can we just admit that she’s smoking-ass hot? Like for realz…

5. She raps about her real life: being the daughter of immigrants, being bullied at school, overcoming haters, and being a chick in the rap game. You won’t hear about her poppin’ her p*ssy or droppin’ it for some dudes to watch. Thank God.
6. Attitude: Snow tha Product is hard as f*ck without being completely unbelievable. Put her in a cipher with Kreayshawn and let’s see what happens.
7. She flaunts her heritage like it’s a fresh pair of bamboo earrings. Listen for her spittin’ en Español and throwing slick mariachi inspired beats onto her tracks.
8. Her real name is Claudia Feliciano. The other half of my family is full of crazy Felicianos. I wish she was part of our clan. So actually maybe number 8 is just for me.
9. She started her own record label, Product Entertainment, before she turned 22. She is a young woman diving head first into a male dominated music genre and she’s doing it, and doing it well.
10. Because Nicki Minaj needs a challenge, an equal and Snow Tha Product might just be the one.

What do you think of Snow tha Product?


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Gabrielle Rivera is an awesomely queer Bronx bred, writer, spoken word artist and director. Her short stories and poems have been published in various anthologies such as the Lambda Award winning Portland Queer: Tales from the Rose City and The Best of Panic! En Vivo from the East Village. Her short film "Spanish Girls are Beautiful" follows a group of young Latina and Caucasian girls who like girls as they hook up, smoke up and try to figure sh*t out. She also freelances for while working in the film and television industry. Gabrielle is currently working on her first novel while bouncing around NYC performing spoken word and trying to stick it to the man.

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      i was only using other already established/familiar rappers to provide a reference for her rap style

      twista for Guinness book record spit fire delivery
      big pun for being a badass latino rapper with also a super fast bilingual flow
      and trina (who is a woman) with one of the biggest egos, deepest voices, and down south sexy thing going on

      snow tha product is still making a name for herself. maybe one day someone will use her as a reference for another rapper on the come up.

      i dig what you’re saying though. i wasn’t trying to put her into some male rapper’s box.

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    I’m definitely going to check her music out. I used to listen to a lot of hip hop and rap but then I got tired of the drugs, girls always sexing, etc. Maybe because I lived in a part of Houston where it was reality until I moved away. I am 100% Mexican American so this is really cool to see a female rapping and NOT talking about “dropping her p*ssy.” Thanks for giving me some rap to check out:)

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