Veronica Larsen

Recent posts by Veronica Larsen

Sugar Deluxe
New Music Dec 23  |  

Iman Supports Feminism With “Sugar Deluxe”

Nordic export Zara Larsson peaked at top ten in many European charts this summer with “Lush Life,” a song that fit her like a glove. Larsson is not only a pop sensation, but also a brave feminist voice, which becomes noticeable to everyone who follows her on social media. The song is about living life . . .

A Curious Tale of Trials + Persons
Editorial Oct 5  |  

Little Simz’s “A Curious Tale of Trials + Persons” LP Made Me Reconsider What It Means To Be A Queen

Listening to Little Simz is a mindfuck. Her lyrics are literally pushing themselves deep into my thoughts; asserting themselves in my mind and changing my own assumptions about life as a woman. she says things that I haven’t been brave enough to think about for quite some time. On the first song of A Curious Tale of Trials . . .

Nordic Hip-hop

Nordic Hip-Hop: A Guide For Dummies

by Veronica Larsen If you ever paid attention in history class, you know that The Bronx was actually named after a northerner, the Swede Jonas Jonson Brunk. Little did Brunk know that about 350 years later, The Bronx would be the birthplace of hip-hop. Hip-hop has truly gone global, and the movement has gone far . . .

XOV
New Music Oct 23  |  

XOV – “Boys Don’t Cry”

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 is about to come out in theatres this November. Earlier this summer, it was revealed that New Zealand pop star Lorde was to curate the soundtrack. The track list is now out, and alongside famous acts like Pusha T, Haim, Raury, Tinashe and Miguel we can find Sweden’s . . .

baby mama
New Music Oct 9  |  

Rapper kC – “Baby Mama”

When Rapper kC visited the biggest hip-hop station in Sweden earlier this year, he did so with elegance. The talented artist exhibited no signs of being nervous, creating a laid back atmosphere. During live performances, words flew unhindered. “Baby Mama” is a fine example of his soulful style, which mixes rapping and singing. “Baby Mama” . . .