And into the disco on Saturday. With beats. And the political activism of the rapper Sookee: verses about difficult childhoods, everyday sexism, sexual orientation, self-irony. First of all a rap childhood. Dissed by the tough guys. Like so many girls once not taken seriously in the business, Sookee is now celebrated for her strong flow at rock festivals just as much as she is on the podiums of feminist magazines or gender studies institutions. It’s about all this stuff. And we’re also going to the disco.
Photo: Eylul Aslan