New York, NY – Up-and-coming South Bronx rapper Maliibu Miitch is commonly talked about in discussions among the many burgeoning feminine rappers set to take over the music trade. In the newest Fader and WAV Media docu-series Frequencies, the 27-year-old opens up about her hometown roots and love of rapping.

From killing rap battles round her neighborhood to now working with multi-platinum producer Hitmaka, Maliibu Miitch’s rise is brewing. Her gritty-style of rapping is definitely refreshing and followers get an opportunity to get to know extra of who she is as she makes a go to to her neighborhood magnificence store to cut it up with mates and spends time along with her household.

Maliibu initially made waves along with her remix to Lil Kim’s 1996 hit “Crush On You” final yr and was not too long ago on the Nasty Tour with fellow Atlantic Records artist Rico Nasty.

Maliibu Miitch’s episode on Frequencies is solely out there on the WAV Media App.

WAV can also be house to the SOB X RBE documentary The Drop in addition to their Confessions collection with Post Malone.

Watch the trailer for Maliibu Miitch‘s Frequencies episode up prime.

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