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"Grace" EP on itunes  

Hey everyone, 

So I wanted to let you know that it's finally here! You can check out my EP "Grace" on itunes now.  I really want to thank House Studios for this opportunity to create my second album. I can't believe we pretty much did it in a week. it was an awesome week though...i was working 10-15 hour days that week, solely on music (which i've never done before). When you get in the flow of it, it's the most amazing feeling ever. I just hope that I can do something like that again, and this time make it last even longer!  But without much further ado, here's a link to the album on spotify so you can listen, and then if you like it here's the link on iTunes:

Grace on Spotify
Grace EP on itunes

Bite The Bullet- Music Video 

Hey everyone... It's been awhile since I've updated you! A couple of weeks ago I had the video shoot for my single with House Studio. The song is called "Bite The Bullet" and the video should be coming out soon so look out for it! For now though, take a look at the photos from the Bite The Bullet Video Shoot.

Also if you're in the D.C. area definitely stop by either Epicure Cafe on Friday night for an all female singer-songwriter's round and/or Fri-Sunday at Hard Rock Cafe for the Pink Jams Under 40 Music Marathon for Breast Cancer Awareness! I'll be playing 11: 15 on Sunday, but there are some really good acts on the other days too. Hope to catch you out there!

luv,
Nita

Beats For Bangladesh: A Benefit Album 

Hey All,

I wanted to let you know about this project that I'm honored to be a part of. Producer Brooklyn Shanti and Activist Tanzilla Ahmed have put together a benefit album in support of the Bangladeshi factory collapse that took place not too long ago. You can now download Beats for Bangladesh: A Benefit Album In Solidarity with the Garment Workers of Rana Plaza for a donation of $15 or more.

Download Album: www.beatsforbangladesh.bandcamp.com
For More Info: www.beatsforbangladesh.org

Proceeds of the album will go to the on-the-ground organization Bangladeshi Center for Worker Solidarity through the Washington DC based 501c3 organization International Labor Rights Forum.

Beats for Bangladesh: A Benefit Album In Solidarity with the Garment Workers of Rana Plaza is a benefit album that has brought together South Asian artists from across the United States and beyond with the goal of raising awareness about the working conditions that Bangladeshi workers continue to endure and to raise funds to support these workers.

Presented by the music blog Mishthi Music, the album has been executive produced and curated by world reknowned hip-hop artist Brooklyn Shanti, and political activist/writer Tanzila ‘Taz’ Ahmed.

xoxo,
Nita

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