We partnered with Kiki Bristol, a fantastic collective putting together meet up for queer people of colour for our first in a series of collaboration events at Brisco. (See our Unofficial Pride After Party event for our next Brisco event) Headlined by the fantastic Miss Eaves who an exclusive set for us on her European tour fresh from Brooklyn, NYC it was a night that won’t be quickly forgotten.
For those who don’t know, Miss Eaves is a fierce femcee electro-pop-rap-dance-explosions celebrate confident women who aren’t afraid to love themselves and own their sexuality — all with a take-no-shit attitude that pushes back at the patriarchy, haters, and anyone else who tries to keep her down.
2017 saw the release of her first full-length album, Feminasty, (also produced by KEISHH) which quickly became a favorite of the summer and included high energy, body positive hits like the previously mentioned “Thunder Thighs,” along with “Fuccboi Salute,” an anti-fuccboi anthem, and “Hump Day,” which was featured in season two, episode three (“Hella Open“) of HBO‘s hit show Insecure, starring Issa Rae. Her latest EP, ME AF, was released on August 3, 2018 and covers themes like living a happy single life and embracing your pubic hair.
For the first in a series of collaborations to put on an unsurpassed night full of hot sauce! Devolicious, Booty Bass Collective member and Kiki co-founder, warmed up the crowd with some genre-bending booty shakers. Then, the inimitable Miss Eaves gave an outstanding live performance. She was, frankly, off-the-chain with her unapologetic, raunchy, full of sauce lyric, stripped down bass beats and strong woman energy.
Ngaio’s set kept the energy hot, sweaty and flirty; the dance floor packed with the diverse rainbow of beautiful humans. Bungzo ramped up the energy even more, keeping the dance floor rammed until close when we reluctantly left Brisco with a warm glow in our hearts and a longing for the next match made in heaven. If Booty Bass and Kiki had a baby, it would be called Booty Kiki Beauty.