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Moses & Pretti Teej
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Moses is a singer and songwriter that made her debut on the hip hop scene in 2013. Her success has earned her a nomination for Detroit’s Best Hip Hop/Rap Artist from the Detroit Underground Hip Hop Awards. Moses’s most recent album, “With or Without You” can be heard on popular Detroit hip-hop radio stations, FM 98 WJLB and Hot 107.5.


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Pretti Teej, known in Detroit as “The One Woman Show,” is a self-taught hip hop dancer that made her debut ten years ago. Through connecting her LGBTQ identity and her art, she has been able to expand her entertainment career dancing at various clubs and events. This has helped her gain popularity on YouTube where she performs in music videos dancing around the city of Detroit.


Together, both of these entertainers can be found representing the LGBTQ community using their art to bring cultural awareness to the Metro Detroit area and beyond.

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Hubert Massey

Dr. Hubert Massey was born in Flint, Michigan in 1958. He graduated from Grand Valley State University in 1981, and went on to study at the University of London’s Slade School of Fine Arts. Massey honed his skills working as a sign painter for over a decade. In 1995 he participated in a fresco workshop with two artists who were assistants to Diego Rivera. Massey continued working in the fresco style, which requires considerable logistical and architectural planning to execute. His work can be seen throughout Detroit, including murals and frescoes at the Atheneum Hotel in Greektown, the Detroit Athletic Club, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, and most recently the Cobo Center. Massey has won many awards including recognitions from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Kresge Foundation and the Detroit Institute of Arts.

Siena Liggins

Pop Artist Siena Liggins is a Detroit-based musician whose debut single “Flowerbomb” landed her an interview with Billboard. With more than 21,000 monthly listeners on Spotify and a bio that reads, “hide your girlfriend,” Liggins says she plans to continue creating music with her signature provocative, yet beautiful sound. Currently, Liggins is a resident artist at independent music hub Assemble Sound in Detroit’s Corktown, where she curates new music alongside her fellow resident artists and producers.



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