FILM. Doc ‘Gonna Sip That Sip, Hip That Dip’ Follows The Queer Hip Hop Movement On The Verge Of Becoming Mainstream.

Rapper Cakes Da Killa’s radio interview on New York’s Hot 97, and rapper Le1f ’s performance on ‘Late Night with David Letterman,’ giving increased visibility to out Hip Hop artists, was a definite sign that the times-are-a-changing, and the Queer Hip Hop movement is on the verge of becoming mainstream.

The short documentary ‘Gonna Sip That Sip, Hip That Dip: The Emerging Queer Hip Hop Movement’ by Chasson Gracie and Willyum Beck document the queer hip hop scene and features artist such as Cakes Da Killa, Contessa Stuto of Cunt Mafia, Jay Boogie, Stas Mehschel of THEESatisfaction Nappy Nina of Post Traumatic-Slaves and Ryann Holmes of Bklyn Boihood.

Also as an added bonus, Check out Le1f ’s performance of the single ‘Wut’ on ‘Late Night with David Letterman.’ Enjoy!

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