Against the Grain
Despite her hiatus, the mid-western artist still owns that raw, but sweet, dynamic delivery. Assata...Came to life as the Artist "Qwyetstorm" at The Good Life Cafe, in Los Angeles, Ca. she remained on the underground circuit for a while, while gaining audiences from a variety of cultures. She spent a few years signed to Virgin/Rap-A-Lot records in the group "The Blac Monks. The Rap-o-Lot Recording Artist completed two albums "Secrets of the Hidden Temple" followed by "No Mercy". Storm at this point had already shared the stage with artist that range from 2Pac, ScareFace, Devin the Dude, Jay-Z, T-Pain, just to name a few, as well as gained,national radio play. After Rap-O-Lot, Assata, remained active as an independent artist. Now the long awaited and anticipated, under-rated artist of our hip- hop, r&b, and soul times, Assata Storm finally takes her place. Regaining consciousness, Assata brings you into a world of "Art Imitates Life" while touching on something that may feel familiar to you. So, Open The Doors to the clubs!!! "Back In The Spot' Assata expresses how, it's about timing. As she knocks down the clubs doors, let'n, you know, it's the season. And she's still showing love,while smashing up the clubs, LOL!! While "Ghetto Girl" Brings you a short story about, not judging before experiencing. Not allowing life to set boundaries for you, based on anothers analogy. Don't judge a book by it's cover",cause it's not about where you're from, but about where you are at, is where she takes you. And just when you,you thought it couldn't get any better, 'Summer Breeze' takes you to another whole level, when she devastates your world while expressing the days of innocence of living life young and free, then growing into lifes lessons and changes, and still enjoying a good summer breeze,in any season. So whatever your mood, your lifestyle, your worries, your cares, Assata has something for you. She's a definite must listen!