Rapping Latin-American Snow Tha Product Is Set To Blow Minds At The World’s Largest Women’s Festival

by Heather Cassell

She’s only a gangsta on TV, but in real life, Snow Tha Product’s lyrics hit hardcore with her raps that slip in and out of English and Spanish backed up by Hip-Hop and R&B beats.

The MTV VMA award-winning Latina lyricist, emcee, and actor is sure to stir things up when she takes the stage at The Dinah in Palm Springs, California.

The Dinah is the premiere festival for women artists on the brink of breaking out onto the national and global stage.

“I’m so excited to feature Snow Tha Product on our 2018 Dinah Line up,” said Mariah Hanson, founder and producer of Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend. “She brings such a feel-good vibe to the event, singing about living life on our own terms. I applaud female artists who are making it happen for themselves especially in a male-dominated industry.

“I believe this is the last time people will see this artist in a more intimate venue as she is going to blow up in 2018,” she added.

Outspoken, Snow Tha Product, born Claudia Alexandra Madriz Meza to undocumented immigrants and raised in Southern California, was featured on “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Immigrants (We Get the Job Done)” from the Hamilton Mixtape.

The Atlantic Records artist has also worked with Ty Dolla Sign and other high-profile music collaborations.

Snow Tha Product has a legion of loyal fans awaiting her new releases and her shows sellout from the East to West Coasts. Her videos on YouTube have struck a chord with 109 million views. She has 2.4 million fans on Facebook and 586 thousand on Instagram.

The artist is also proving to be multi-talented as she has been killing it as gang leader Lil’ Traviesa, also known as “Lil T,” on USA Network’s “Queen of the South.”

The Dinah is happening March 28 – April 1 in Palm Springs, California. Tickets are available now.

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