Dirtsa is the modern-day definition of a Renaissance person who cannot be trapped into one specific genre. She makes her debut like a contortionist, flowing with ease between Hip-hop Lo-fi, soul/r&b, and afro trap.
The young diva’s song reflects a responsibility of story-telling and recollection to not just her ancestors, but to all people who have battled and continue to struggle against racial injustice all across the world. She is originally from Douala, Cameroon.
A sensitive spirit that is conscious of her period and adept at discreetly mixing the best of her dual Franco-Cameroonian culture and Anglo-Saxon influences to convert a cruel reality into beautiful and poetic fiction.
With an irresistible half-rapped flow, she alternately conveys the spleen and hopes, the resilience and the strife of the black cause.
Dirtsa’s popularity has grown worldwide with the release of her EP “Aletheia’s Calling,” as well as the tracks “Sic Parvis Magna,” “Meghan Markle,” and others.