Coco Peila | I.S.L.H, Pt. 2: Bad B!+@#es 101

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I.S.L.H, Pt. 2: Bad B!+@#es 101

by Coco Peila

Coco Peila is the missing link - a Feminist/Panther/Hip-Hop Heroine from the Bay Area - extending African diasporic experience through irresistible melodies and addictive word play.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: West Coast Rap
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1. I Still Love Him
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2. Recess (feat. Hollis & D.yanna)
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3. 90's Ish (feat. Do D.A.T.)
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4. Talk Sh%!
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5. Stick Up
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6. Bad B!+@#es 101
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7. Fall in Line (feat. Hazel Rose & Madlines)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"There’s a lot of talk about the feminist (or not so feminist) stylings of women mainstream artists—from Miley Cyrus to Beyonce—it seems like folks are constantly arguing about just how much these ladies are pushing the envelope in a man’s world.
But what exactly does it mean to unapologetically confront misogyny through music and creativity? And how often have we noticed the divas in our own midst?
Joyful MC/Songbird, Coco Peila, has something to say. Raised in the Bay Area, Coco Peila is known for asking tough questions, all with the intention of uplifting her community. In a region where most songs that make it out the Bay and into the mainstream degrade the sisters, Coco dreams lofty dreams. She dreams of a better world for women and men. When she hits the stage, she makes this dance of creativity and grit look effortless. " - MADlines

Coco Peila released the music video for her first single " Misses Shoot 'em Down" September 2013. The video places an emotionally and sonically inspiring soundtrack in Oakland’s graffiti-beautified landscape. Misses Shoot ‘em Down is a song for women and anyone who loves hard hitting Hip Hop pumping out of the speakers in the club or the car. It offers a unique chance for women to avoid choosing between good dance music and a soundtrack that respects them.

In 2007 Oakland's Youth Movement Records and San Francisco's Youth Noise chose Coco Peila's song Any Day Now to commission a music video for Youth Noise's "Healthy Body Image" campaign. Any Day Now went on to be selected to be a part of the International Museum Of Women and receive over 30K hits on Youtube. She competed in Youth Speak's National Youth Poetry slams throughout her teens, and became a National Slam champion in 2005 while representing the EastBay team in Youth Speak's international youth poetry festival Brave New Voices. Coco is responsible for the creation, curation, and production of The RealNeRds Mixtape Project; a two part series comprised of mixtapes and release parties featuring indie artists from across the U.S. and New Zealand. Coco has performed nationally and internationally at venues such as: The New Parish, The San Francisco Opera House, The Beehive, Yerba Buena Center For The Arts, Teatro Nacional de Guatemala, New Zealand's Hope Brother's, and more. She released her first solo mixtape in February 2011 called "Can I Reminisce...Progress Not Perfection".

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