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Noname Gypsy’s EBF takeover

The Chicago-based rapper Noname Gypsy (born Fatimah Warner) performed at EBF on Wednesday night. Earlier that day, she participated in a Q&A hosted by the Institute for Diversity in the Arts at Harmony House, which overflowed with curious fans, spilling into the hallways and up the staircase. The late night concert, co-sponsored by the Stanford…

Don’t forget about Jae

Janei Maynard ‘16  — known as Jae on stage — keeps pushing the boundaries of what a Stanford student can be. A singer, songwriter and poet, she describes herself as a “soulful voice with a hip-hop head.” In August, she released her debut solo project as a member of The Outsiders, Stanford’s young and prolific…

The Outsiders come out swinging

Twelve weeks ago I sat down to interview senior Tyler Brooks about his experience as a member of the three-person soul/gospel group the Chicago Collective. Responding to questions about his musical background, he focused the discussion on his jazz piano training and experiences singing for the trio. He failed to mention that he was a…