Rap, Hip-Hop Germany
S Sookee

Past concerts

Sookee + support: Babsi Tollwut Berlin, Astra Kulturhaus 7/3/2020 20:00 Sookee + support: Babsi Tollwut
Southside Festival 2019 Neuhausen ob Eck, Take-Off Park 21/6 – 23/6/2019 Southside Festival 2019
Hurricane Festival 2019 Scheeßel, Eichenring Scheeßel 21/6 – 23/6/2019 Hurricane Festival 2019
Schule ohne Rassismus - Schule mit Courage Konzert (Teenager) Berlin, SO36 25/1/2019 19:00 Schule ohne Rassismus - Schule mit Courage Konzert (Teenager)
Schule ohne Rassismus - Schule mit Courage Konzert (GrundschülerInnen) Berlin, SO36 25/1/2019 16:00 Schule ohne Rassismus - Schule mit Courage Konzert (GrundschülerInnen)


Sookee  Die Freundin Von  Sookee – Die Freundin Von 3:31 4 ×
Sookee  Vorläufiger Abschiedsbrief  Sookee – Vorläufiger Abschiedsbrief 4:50 3 ×
Sookee  Queere Tiere  Sookee – Queere Tiere 3:41 0 ×
Sookee  Q1  Sookee – Q1 3:45 1 ×
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About Sookee

Berlin-based rapper Sookee has been involved in the fight against sexism and homophobia, as well as racism and anti-Semitism in Germany since the beginning of her career. Her political songwriting clearly shows her connection with the queer and leftist scene. It unveils political and social grievances and problematic power structures within patriarchal society, as well as deep, personal experiences. Especially in the hip-hop scene, sexism and homophobia are problems Sookee repeatedly picks up and denounces.

The rapper borrowed her stage name from character Sukie from the movie The Witches of Eastwick, played by Michelle Pfeiffer. On February 3rd, 2006 her debut album Kopf, Herz, Arsch was released by the Berlin-based label Springstoff. From 2006 Sookee also got involved in spoken words and other lyrical experiments like poetry slams. Through her growing political awareness, partly through her degree of gender studies, Sookee understood her role as a woman in hip-hop more and more. The problematic heteronormativity in the hip-hop and rap scene has since become one of the main concerns of the feminist rapper.

Meanwhile, Sookee has become an icon of feminist and self-determined rap in Germany and has released four studio albums to date. She has become an indispensable part of Berlin’s queer scene as well as the Berlin hip-hop scene.

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