She was born in New Orleans, Louisiana and grew up in the 3rd Ward. 3D Na’Tee has been featured on several national media outlets such as MTV, The Source Magazine, XXL Magazine, The Fader Magazine, RapRadar and RapRehab. She has also received attention from Louisiana newspapers and music magazines.
Below are 3 Dope Songs we should know her for
An insightful, social conscious song called Lil Kim”. It isn’t a dis song or commentary about the rapper, instead, it’s a story about a young woman victimized by an older man. Its a must see video. The song is off Na’Tee’s The Coronation mix tape
This is a dope freestyle short song called ‘Church’..Here 3D changes it up by giving us a reenactment of Malcolm X looking out a window holding a gun.. She says the song was inspired by him..
This sista went hard on George Zimmerman called ‘Dear Mr Zimmerman’ and captured the emotions many were feeling after he was acquitted in the recent trial.. As you peep the video below read what she had to say about the situation..
Like many of you, I was shocked this past Saturday when the all female jury acquitted murderer George Zimmerman of Trayvon Martin’s murder. To be honest with you, of course I smelled the strong stench of racism looming around this case but for me the verdict became less about justice failing and more about the fact that in America, even in 2013, its hard to view a young black man as harmless even if he’s underage, unarmed, and non confrontational.
As people blacked out their Instagram defaults and took to Twitter in rage, I quietly looked at my brothers. Josh is 22, 5’6″, with long flowing dreadlocks. John is 21, a few inches taller than Josh, with a low cut, a beard, and piercing black eyes. To me they are just my baby brother’s and my best friends but after hearing the verdict on yesterday I realized that Josh (who’s studying to become a school teacher) and John (who has plans on opening his own business soon) may very well look like murderers to some. Not because of their actions but because of a few things that they can not change, their age, gender, and ethnicity.
One day I want to get married to a great man and have wonderful children. I always dreamed of the house with the large backyard, two cars, and two kids. A girl and a boy… A boy… A boy who may one day not be looked at as the wonderful boy that his mother raises him to be but as a threat to society because of his skin tone… Damn…
Rest In Peace Trayvon from 3D Na’Tee and everyone like me…
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Many emcees weighed in after Kendrick Lamar dropped his ‘Outta Control‘ verse’. 3D was one of women that took up the mic and went in, showing and proving that New Orleans was in the building and that women were fully represented.. Here’s her contribution to the global cipher which she did a few days ago.