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Snow Tha Product will make it snow at the Aggie

Courtesy of Aggie Theatre.

Just in time for fall’s transition to winter, rapper Snow Tha Product will make a special appearance at the Aggie Theatre in Old Town on Saturday, Dec. 8 with doors opening at 8 p.m.

While not the most widely recognized artist, the rapper has maintained a consistent level of respect from her elders and contemporaries with recent interviews on Snoop Dogg’s “GGN” and Adam22’s “No Jumper.” Free from her contract with Atlantic Records, the now independent Mexican American rapper is wrapping up her 50 date U.S. tour with a five-city tour in Colorado.

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“There’s a lot of crowd surfing and headbanging and jumping off things and water throwing,” Snow Tha Product said. “It’s gonna be fun. I love Colorado and I’m ready to go freeze my a** over there with y’all.” 

Claudia Alexandra Feliciano, known by her stage name, released her debut album, “Unorthodox” in 2011. Despite this being her only official album to date, she has released a slew of mixtapes over the years with the latest being “Vibe Higher Mixtape” in 2017.

Throughout her career, Feliciano has incorporated melodic elements from pop and R&B into her style while still holding onto the lyrical fundamentals of the genre’s origins. She also occasionally raps in Spanish, adding an international aspect to her music.

There’s a lot of crowd surfing and headbanging and jumping off things and water throwing. It’s gonna be fun. I love Colorado and I’m ready to go freeze my a** over there with y’all.” -Snow Tha Product

The event page for the show describes her as someone who, “refuses to conform to societal expectations and stands up for issues that she believes in whether it’s women’s rights, immigration, or other political issues.”

Feliciano said her stances on social issues and diversity are reflected in the demographics of her audience.

“People from all different backgrounds come to my show,” she said. “There’s a lot of people who are more into alternative music, but they like to turn up.”

Despite her audience coming from all walks of life, they can all pretty much expect the same outcome at a Snow Tha Product concert, which is a good time.

Opening up for her are local Colorado rappers Kanon Lebron, Anville and TOKE. Tickets can be purchased here for $25 if bought in advance or $30 the day of the show.

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Henry Netherland can be reached at entertainment@collegian.com or on Twitter @NetherlandHenry.

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