On Tuesday September 24, 2019 YRB attended Audible and Hello Sunshine‘s celebration of Sophia Chang‘s groundbreaking audio memoir, THE BADDEST BITCH IN THE ROOM at the Top of the Standard in New York City.
In the groundbreaking memoir from Sophia Chang, she shares her journey as the first Asian woman in hip-hop who managed music icons like the Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA, GZA, and ODB, as well as A Tribe Called Quest, Q-Tip, Raphael Saadiq, and D’Angelo.
Party guests enjoyed music from DJs D-Nice and Belinda Becker.
Notable guests included RZA, FKi 1st, Bevy Smith, Chip Fu, CJ Fly, John Heilemann, Bethann Hardison, April Reign, Lisa Cortes, Dream Hampton, Ceila Au, Marcus Callender, Emy Coligado, Julian Elijah Martinez and more.
Photos by: Dia Dipasupil, Getty Images
Click here listen to Sophia Chang’s memoir The Baddest Bitch In The Room on Audible.
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