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    Sexyy Red AKA Janae Wherry In St Louis Hometown

    St. Louis hip-hop scene is ablaze with talent, as local rappers like Big Boss Vette and Smino dominate the charts and amass impressive streaming figures. Recently, Jordan Ward, another luminary from the area, showcased his skills on NPR’s Tiny Desk.

    However, one artist stands out amidst this thriving scene: Sexyy Red, a rising star hailing from the north side. Currently embarking on her “Hood Hottest Princess Tour,” Sexyy Red’s recent performance at Chaifetz Arena was nothing short of electrifying, captivating her audience with her authentic self-expression.

    Reflecting on the fervent atmosphere of the concert, St. Louis Public Radio reporter Chad Davis emphasized the palpable sense of local pride permeating the event. “Hip-hop artists from St. Louis have really exploded over the past year. Whenever they have their own shows where they get to come back to the region, you just get a big boost of energy that you may not see for someone not from the St. Louis area,” Davis remarked.

    Known offstage as Janae Wherry, Sexyy Red’s unfiltered persona resonates deeply with her fanbase. Her lyrics boldly embrace her sexuality and lifestyle choices, garnering both admiration and criticism. Yet, it’s this raw authenticity that has catapulted her to stardom, boasting a staggering 1 million followers on X and over 16 million monthly listeners on Spotify. Not to mention, collaborations with heavyweights like Nicki Minaj and Drake further solidify her position in the hip-hop landscape.

    Drawing in a diverse crowd, Sexyy Red’s appeal transcends demographics, particularly capturing the attention of Gen Z. Davis noted the eclectic mix of attendees at her sold-out concert, underscoring the universal allure of hip-hop as the genre continues its meteoric rise to global prominence.

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