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Name: Sasha Go Hard
Where I’m From: South Side of Chicago, The Low-End.
I’ve been rapping since: I been rapping since I was 16, but I got serious about a year ago, when I got my name, Sasha Go Hard, recording around and at the same studio as Chief Keef, SD, and the rest of the GBE. I got my first show at 19 and my first record came out at 19.
My style and/or skills have been compared to: I’ve been compared to Trina, Diamond from Crime Mob, and Nicki. Content much similar to Trina, Voice similar to Diamond, but I’m coming out of Chicago.
My standout records and/or moments have been: My standout records were “What We Do” and “Welcome to the Real World.” Recently, “Tatted” and “Why They Mad.” My standout moments were when I was on TV doing MTV’s Sucker Free Chicago, being featured in The Chicago Tribune, then performing at MTV’s Sucker Free Chicago, having my mixtape being tweeted my MTV2, having other large artists across the country mention me in news sites like Village Voice, and all the sudden being featured on all these major media channels and websites all over the world.
I’m gonna change the game by: By showing the world my talents as a female rapper coming out of Chicago. By overcoming the conventional stereotype of rapper having to be male, and raising the bar as an artist not only lyrically, but in all aspects of my music and sound.
I’d Like to Work With: Rick Ross, Tyga, 2Chainz, Rockie Fresh, Honey Cocaine, Meek Mill, Chris Brown, and Missy Elliot,
My goal in Hip-Hop is: To become the best female artist from Chicago. I want to be able to make enough money from making music to move to out of the low-end into a quiet place where I have a studio to record all the time.
I’m gonna be the next: Pop star. No artist in particular, but status like Nicki Minaj.
To check out more of my music go to: Follow me on Twitter @Sasha_Darapper, go to Sashagohard.tumblr.com and search for me on YouTube. Special thanks to Phillip Roche.