MP3 Johanna Phraze - Supernova Testerosa (Chasey Remix)
Super awesome electro cosmic journey
1 MP3 Songs in this album (4:37) !
Related styles: Electronic: Electro House, Electronic: Electro, Mood: Party Music
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"Supernova Testerosa"... Yes!... Let''s Get galactivated and take this party to the cosmos!!
West Coast rhymin’ tsunami Johanna Phraze ain’t settling for novelty status, instead making waves with the quality, honesty and variety of her work - boldly bringin’ it fresh while forever flipping the script.
“I’m an artist, right, so I just listen to the beat - I feel how it makes me feel. I close my eyes, visualize what displays, and I go from there,” explains the Tulsa, OK native who relocated to L.A. three years ago. Initially a protégé of rap maverick Johnny Polygon, Miss Phraze quickly began genre hopping. First appearing on the first full-length artist album of legendary house DJ Bad Boy Bill, she has since embarked on an epic journey from electro-rock to dub-step. Johanna Phraze is ready to start dropping tracks! her debut album, Diamonds hand Grenades, She co-wrote with producer Blake English (J-Lo, Kelly Rowland, Brandy etc.), and Dan Chase.
“I started out as old school hip-hop style, but now it’s like super-sonic, turbo-electro,” Johanna, a songwriter since age 3, continues. Her lyrics veer from dirty to deep and back again. “It depends on the beat – I talk a lot about sex; I talk a lot about partying; about dealing with death; addiction, technology.”
This creative dichotomy is reflected her music''s split-personality sound and titles. “It’s split between heavy stuff - almost metal/rock tracks and some heavy bass tracks ... And then the traditional, tell you like it is, strait hip-hop. And who wants to leave out the super-happy eletro/house club tracks... Not me!”
Indeed for Johanna, a veteran of theatre and poetry slams, the stage is where it’s at. “I love looking into people’s eyes and taking them on an adventure, y’know? I feel like I give a lot of females a sense of empowerment - like they can do whatever they want to do. I’m like... I like rapping; I don’t care what you think – whatever.”