What’s GNU With AtLas’


– As seen in the April/June 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Pages 69-72.
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by Kitty Y. Williams
AtLas’ is one Hip Hop Sister who has been on my radar for a number of years now. I first heard her music on some tracks Kenny Dubb had produced and she had featured with him on them. In a time where people are always saying real Hip Hop is dead, it’s very reassuring to know that there are still real musicians out there keeping the art alive. In the case of AtLas’, she really has no choice due to some major Hip Hop ties plus being from the region where it all got started.

About AtLas’
AtLas’, as the name implies, has accepted the responsibility of shouldering the weight of the world artistically. Her music is full of stories that reflect her experiences as well as those of her friends, family and community.  Beyond just stories, AtLas’ is a social activist and entrepreneur. A key player in such organizations as Rhyme Like A Girl (Toni Blackman’s female freestyle collective) and Hip Hop Sisters (MC Lyte’s organization for women in Hip Hop), AtLas’ is able to serve the Hip Hop Community by helping to reclaim the female voice.”

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Kitty Y. Williams
Since moving to Houston, CEO Kitty Y. Williams (MissKittyTV Networks, LLC) has brought positive media exposure to Entertainers, Business Owners, Authors, Filmmakers, Community Leaders and other unique individuals Worldwide. Beginning with MissKittyTV in 2006, she filmed exclusive interviews, showcases, web cam episodes and events around the city, sharing with the world via YouTube. In 2007 she started her Kitty Williams LIVE radio broadcast on BlogTalkRadio, interviewing guests and showcasing music from several independent entertainers. (Read More on LinkedIn)

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