Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month • 34m
As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home, MK xyz discusses her rising career and debut EP, Sweet Spot. The conversation is moderated by the GRAMMY Museum’s Senior Coordinator, Schyler O’Neal. The rising 23-year-old triple-threat (she flips between rapping, singing, and dancing with ease) is all about expressing individuality, and “XYZ” represents the artist’s uniqueness that she refuses to slap a label on. With the release of 2020 breakout singles “Lost” and “Pass It” featuring G-Eazy, MK xyz is ready to take over with her debut EP Sweet Spot. The alluring five-song project with production from frequent collaborators Hitmaka & Chrishan (Drake, Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign) and OG Parker (Migos, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Chris Brown) is a perfect balance of the artist’s sensual feminine and commanding masculine sides
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