Princess Nokia Announces New Mixtape ‘A Girl Cried Red’ Out This Friday

PRINCESS NOKIA
A GIRL CRIED RED
 
NEW EMO-INSPIRED MIXTAPE OUT THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 13
VIA ROUGH TRADE RECORDS
 
UPCOMING HEADLINE SHOWS & FESTIVAL PERFORMANCES INCLUDING COACHELLA
Princess Nokia-aka New York rapper Destiny Frasqueri-just announced the release date for her highly anticipated new mixtape A Girl Cried Red via Instagram. The self-described “emo mixtape” will be released this Friday, April 13 via Rough Trade Records and follows last year’s critically acclaimed rap opus 1992 Deluxe. Look for her live at Coachella and headline shows in New York, California & more (see dates below).
The shape-shifting emcee has been releasing music via YouTube and Soundcloud since she was in high school and catapulted herself to the next level with 1992 Deluxe-selling out venues across the globe and steadily gaining tens of millions of streams. She returns with the brand new collection of songs on A Girl Cried Red, which will undoubtedly cement her place in the alternative underground as well as the hip-hop world.
PRINCESS NOKIA TOUR DATES
4/12 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
4/15 Indio, CA – Coachella Festival
4/22 Indio, CA – Coachella Festival
4/29 Chicago, IL – The Metro
5/5 Brooklyn, NY – Elsewhere
5/6 Brooklyn, NY – Elsewhere
5/12 Miami, FL – Rolling Loud Festival
5/25 Barcelona, Spain – Venue TBA
5/26 Madrid, Spain – Tomavistas Festival
5/27 A Coruna, Spain – Inn Club
5/31 Athens, Greece – Piraeus 117 Academy
6/1 Copenhagen, Denmark – Distortion Festival
6/2 London, UK – Field Day Festival
7/6 Zamárdi, Hungary – Balaton Sound Festival
7/7 Turku, Finland – Ruisrock
7/13 Dublin, Ireland – Longitude Festival
7/14 Dour, Belguim – Dour Festival
7/15 Berlin, Germany – MELT Festival
7/19 Benicassim, Spain – Benicassim Festival
7/ 20 LisbonPortugal – Super Bock
7/21 Seyðisfjörður, Iceland – LungA Art Festival
8/18 Hamburg, Germany – Dockville Festival
“Being a musician is [only] one element of Princess Nokia, who also amplifies cultural narratives through her activism and general outspokenness” – Dazed
“The Harlem rapper is a proven force of feminine energy in the game” – VIBE
“She’s a fearless rapper, one who’s fully willing to talk about shortcomings and self-image issues and the sorts of granular, personal problems that don’t often find their way into rap music.” – Stereogum