Rapper Ebow on ‘Komplexität,’ sisterhood and standing up for herself

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    Rapper Ebow on ‘Komplexität,’ sisterhood and standing up for herself Dina Elsayed



Munich-born rapper Ebow has been performing for over a decade, having broken into the male-dominated world of hip-hop as a teenager.

We caught up with Ebow about her musical influences, sharing a stage with other women, and her latest album, “Komplexität” (in English, that’s “Complexity”). To Ebow, this release symbolized a major step in breaking away from the influence of older male figures in the industry. “At a certain point I stopped believing in my own aesthetics, my own style, because people kept telling me that…we should do it differently…I had to think about who I wanted to be surrounded with,” Ebow says.



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Written by: Dina Elsayed

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