In the clip of an older Eartha Kitt that everyone kicks around the internet, her cheekbones are still as pronounced as many would remember them from her glory days on Broadway, and her eyes are still piercing and inviting. She sips from a metal cup. The wind blows the flowers behind her until those flowers crane their stems toward her face, and the petals tilt upward, forcing out a smile. A dog barks in the background.
Nitty Scott is an Afro-Latina recording artist, societal advocate and poet. Born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, she later moved to Florida and attended art school as a creative writing major before leaving to Brooklyn, New York at age 17. Scott first popped up on radars when a video of her freestyling over Kanye West’s track for "Monster" went viral. That led to an appearance at the 2011 BET Hip Hop Awards Cypher. She released her debut project The Cassette Chroniclesin 2011, followed by her EP The Boombox Diaries, Vol. 1 in 2012, and her debut album Art Of Chill in 2014.
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