Who is Chasity Londyn, in your own words?
The message behind Chasity is not just playing for ends but playing for keeps; playing to inspire, to impact, to change. My music can be heavy but enlightening at the same time. It's a mixture of — I can move to this and I feel you at the same time; like she speaking on that real that nobody be tryna speak on but it's still hella groovy; like damn I'm feeling the fuck out of this and it’s not about popping bottles at the club or death culture; like shit is making people move and making n*ggas aware at the same time and a real person can relate.
Can you tell us a little bit about your playlist?
It's the feels, whatever I was feeling at the moment was added to this playlist lol just a bunch of talented wombman who make you feel some type of way when you actually take the time to listen.
What should we do while listening to it?
You should be chillin while listening to this not too occupied lol possibly laying down.
What do you love about being a curator?
I love bringing people together, creating moments and experiences that people can go back to and actually feel when they go back and think about it, like wow that experience really made me feel some type of way. I just create spaces that allow artist to be seen and be heard..and it feels really good.
Why is your pop up, Black Art Matters, important right now?
It's important because it’s a voice for us as a people. It’s a movement. It's something we needed something we need. It allows us to be in a spotlight all on our own.
How do you self-care?
Self care for me is breathing…I just breathe and reflect. Whatever feels right within me 9 times out of 10 is right for me. Whatever feels bad isn't for me. It's real simple.
What’s your favorite thing about yourself today?
My favorite thing about myself today are my eyelashes lol I haven't been wearing mascara really and my eyelashes have been growing beautifully. I really love them lol.
What’s been the biggest challenge of being an artist?
The biggest challenge with being an artist is being underestimated.
What advice do you have for womxn in music?
Never let the voice of the people drown out your own voice. As long as your voice is louder than the voice of those around you, you’ll always be good.