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These were snapped earlier today at the Manhattan Ballroom in New York City.
She’s a Japanese / African-American mix & to tell you the truth, I’m really digging what I see! And, on top of it all, Mitsue drops great beats. Before I plug one of her videos, here’s some info about her off her MySpace page:
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It seems like the age-old mantra, “If you seek, you shall find,” holds especially true for rising artist Mitsue. The daughter of a Japanese mother and Black father, born in 1985 in Queens, NY, her journey to the studio and stage has been one riddled with all manner of coincidence and serendipity.
As a child, Mitsue describes being surrounded by art. Her mother, an artist herself, exposed her young daughter to many modes of expression, most pointedly painting and music. Mitsue grew up listening to music that made her mother move: Prince, Janet Jackson, and Gladys Knight. To be now making music that moves people is more than just a career for Mitsue: it is, indeed, an homage to her first and biggest fan, her mother. [Read more]