Emerging out of the new wave of white female rap artists alongside the likes of Iggy Azalea and Kreayshawn, Heart Streets embody the indie feel Montreal’s music scene is known for. Emma Beko and Gabrielle Godon are definitely one’s to watch.
Growing up between New York and Montreal, Emma thought she needed to be a black male to have success in hip-hop. Now she knows all she needed was a little help from her friend Gab. Together the two have made quite a name for themselves. To add to their growing clout, Emma and Gabrielle were recently featured on Changes, the newest EP from the likes of much loved L.A/Montreal producer/DJ duo LOL Boys.
We sat down to chat with the pair of up-and-coming artists.
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