360 Staff Pick: Kid Sister goes Ultraviolet


Friday, March 26, 2010 - 11:29 AM



The prize for best booty-shakin' performance of SXSW in Austin last week goes to Chicago rapper Kid Sister.  Her first single, 'Pro Nails' (featuring Kanye West), is just the tip of iceberg. Ultraviolet takes the best of high-energy 80s dance hip-hop and shoots it through a 21st century indie-electro filter: tight, fast beats, crazy synths, rapid-fire lyrics and irresistible hooks. If the opener, 'Right Hand Hi,' doesn't get you off your ass and dancing, I don't know what will.


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