Duo of Seattle MC Gifted Gab [formerly of Moor Gang and "one of the most promising rappers in the Emerald City for a while," Billboard] and San Francisco MC Blimes Brixton. Both women were predicted for success by Pandora & Next Big Sound in their 2018 overview of the "new class of female rappers" alongside Cupcakke and Rico Nasty. The video for their previous single "Come Correct" has received 10M+ video views across platforms and earned the pair press coverage from The Passion Of The Weiss ["the synergistic vibe Blimes and Gab share while tossing bars back and forth harkens back to spine-tingling rap duos like Ghost and Rae or Styles P and Jadakiss"], Ambrosia For Heads ["the duo of spitters trade bars with effortless cohesion"], Billboard, The Stranger, The Hype Magazine, and co-signs from Joyner Lucas and Rah Digga. Blimes also collaborated with Method Man on 2018's "Hot Damn" [5.1M+YouTube views].
Gabrielle"Gifted Gab" Kadushin was born and raised in Seattle, WA's Central District. Growing up in the church and singing in the choir, she was composing melodies and playing instruments at a young age. As well as music. Freestyle rapping in elementary school turned into Gab professionally showcasing her skills in major venues and festivals across the US. She's opened for legends such as DJ Quik, Rakim, Cam’ron & Slick Rick as well as write ups in major publications like XXL, VH1, Dope & TIME magazine. Gab released her 6th project “Cause And Effect” on April 20th 2019 which premiered on Ambrosia For Heads. She has two videos ‘Eye On Em’ and ‘PSA’ off her latest project.
From the heart of San Francisco, Blimes is an MC and vocalist whose musical background extends two generations to a blues musician father and jazz musician grandfather, which explains her meticulous attention to musicality. Blimes distinctive voice is globally appreciated and early in her career, she worked with TooShort, LA rapper Gavlyn, and France’s Scratch Bandits Crew. After touring the US and Europe with Gavlyn in 2015, the two, feeling empowered by one another formed an imprint and collective of female identifying artists and creators, ‘Peach House’.