Women’s History Month at Art of Hip Hop to Celebrate The Caribbean Queens of Miami's Hip Hop Airwaves
(L-R) Supa Cindy, Stichiz and Lucy Lopez

In celebration of Women’s History Month, Wynwood’s Art of Hip Hop is slated to honor three staples of Miami’s airwaves, Lucy Lopez, Stichiz, and Supa Cindy, for their contributions to Miami’s music and Hip Hop culture. An awards ceremony, led by Da-Venya Armstrong, Founder and CEO of Armstrong Creative Consulting, will take place whereby the women will be presented with original works of art by 3 leading local female artists Tierra Armstrong, Nico, and Didi Contreras. Following the ceremony will be a discussion with the women of our airwaves, focusing on their journeys to the top of male-dominated media industry.

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Lucy Lopez was hailed as the Voice of Miami for over 15 years. She is a trusted, award-winning media personality and beloved commentator among the diverse Latinx audience and has interviewed some of the world’s biggest names in Hip Hop from Miami’s own Rick Ross, FloRida and Pitbull to Busta Rhymes and Kanye West. In 2021, Lucy broke out of the confines of mainstream radio to embark on a new venture called the Mamacita Rica Podcast, an authentic exploration of current events and engaging topics with a diverse range of guests, including cultural icons, community leaders, experts, and friends from Miami and beyond.

The focus will also be on Stichiz, a multi-lingual, tongue twisting Hip-Hop Artist born in Ottawa, Canada to parents of Haitian descent and raised in South Florida. Stichiz is known for her talents as a Lyricist, Songwriter, Voiceover Actress, well-known Radio Personality and more. With a stylish, unique infectious appeal and unforgettable presence on stage, she flips and mixes Hip-Hop lyrics in English, Creole, French, a touch of Reggae, and rock-like vocals that will leave you with a jaw-dropping experience. As a community leader she serves as an On-Air host, known as “The Mid Day Bae” and official female voice of Miami’s Urban radio station-WMIB’s 103.5 The Beat.

Finally, the event will recognize Supa Cindy who currently hosts the morning show on 99 Jamz. When she’s not connecting with her audience or wowing a live crowd, Supa Cindy stays busy running her own company, Cin D. Media, a recording and promotional agency. At present, she’s collaborating with South Florida Rapper Trina to cut an all-female album under the label’s brand. Supa Cindy, who is of Haitian/Dominican heritage, was born in Miami and is fluent in both Spanish and English. She began her career as an intern at 99 Jamz, advancing through the ranks over the last 10 plus years with the station.

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Women’s History Month at Art of Hip Hop to Celebrate The Caribbean Queens of Miami's Hip Hop Airwaves

About the Art of Hip Hop
From the founders of the Museum of Graffiti, the Art of Hip Hop highlights the creators behind Hip Hop’s visual identity. While rappers and DJs routinely attract the limelight, this concept focuses on the photographers, album cover artists, graffiti writers, and logo designers who helped create the Hip Hop genre as we know it today. After successful stops as pop ups in Austin, TX for SXSW and Seoul, Korea, the Art of Hip Hop has come home to Miami to stay. Follow along on Instagram at @the.art.of.hip.hop


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