Feminist rapper Destiny Frasqueri, or more commonly known by her artist name Princess Nokia, embraces her rock sounds with a full band in the music video for “Look Up Kid” off her latest mixtape, A Girl Cried Red. The LP is available now on Rough Trade Records and will be released on limited edition vinyl and cassette tapes on June 22.  The music video was directed by Frasqueri in collaboration with Milah Libin.

Frasqueri has been uploading music to YouTube and Soundcloud since her high school years and has since then gained a large, diverse following from fans of emo and rap music. Frasqueri explained her broad fan base on Daze, “The majority of all the goth kids, punk kids, ravers, emo kids, scene kids, hardcore scene kids existed in the hood, (It’s) really beautiful because you have all these hood-ass kids going to shows, dressing in bondage clothes, dressing in those ways and those aesthetics. And it just formulated an entire populace and subculture around the United States.”

Paper Magazine has praised her style describing it as, “Princess Nokia has built quite the following as an outspoken, mystical iconoclast, who deftly and effortlessly glides from genre to genre. She’s a little bit rock and roll, a little bit singer-songwriter, always with the spirit and soul of hip-hop anarchy.”

Princess Nokia will be headlining in Europe, touring in the US, and making an appearance at a number of festivals including Tomasvistas and Distortion. For more information, check out her website.

5/25 Barcelona, Spain – Razzmatazz
5/26 Madrid, Spain – Tomasvistas Festival
5/27 A Coruna, Spain – Inn Club
5/31 Athens, Greece – Piraeus 117 Academy
6/01 Copenhagen, Denmark – Distortion Festival
6/02 London, UK – Field Day Festival
6/05 Mexico City, Mexico – Foro Indie Rocks
6/08 Chicago, IL – House of Vans
6/16 Oakland, CA – Feels (Art & Music Exhibition)
6/29 Detroit, MI – Museum of Contemporary Art
7/07 Turku, Finland – Ruisrock
7/08 Zamardi, Hungary – Balaton Sound Festival
7/13 Dublin, Ireland – Longitude Festival
7/14 Dour, Belguim – Dour Festival
7/15 Berlin, Germany – MELT Festival
7/19 Benicassim, Spain – Benicassim Festival
7/20 Lisbon, Portugal – Super Bock Festival
7/21 Seyðisfjörður, Iceland – LungA Art Festival
8/18 Hamburg, Germany – Dockville Festival
8/20 London, UK – O2 Forum
8/21 Leeds, UK – Belgrave Music Hall
9/29 Long Beach, CA – Music Tastes Good Festival