THIRD WARD HOUSTON RAPPER INGRID RELEASES HER FIRST EP:
(June 17, 2016 — New York, NY) — The Third Ward Houston rapper INGRID, after years of grinding through the underground circuit, signed to Beyoncé's Parkwood Entertainment and landed a Sony/ATV publishing deal in 2014. INGRID has opened on tour for hip-hop superstars Drake and J.Cole and most notably, she has contributed to the history-making Beyoncé album, Lemonade, co-writing the hit “Love Drought,” with Beyoncé and producer Mike Dean.
INGRID releases her first EP titled Trill Feels on Friday, June 17. The EP includes the smooth “Changed Things,” (produced by recent Rihanna collaborator James Fauntleroy) and the swag-infused “Double Pedigree.” "They're mostly first-person experiences," INGRID shares with Billboard Magazine, "I hope people think, 'There's no gimmick here.'
Trill Feels EP can be found at:
In April, INGRID gave fans “Flex” a standout collaboration with Sevyn Streeter. Complex Magazine says, “The Kevin Calero-directed video brings the performance to life with Ingrid hitting a strip club in the Third Ward and enjoying some crawfish. The ultimate #flex.”
In the past few months INGRID has set the music world ablaze with great coverage in publications such as Elle, Time, Complex, Billboard, Fader, Vibe, Entertainment Weekly and several others.
INGRID celebrated her EP launch in Houston, TX with a listening party, a Trill Music hour and crawfish boil sponsored by Saint Heron. She will release her album later this year on Parkwood/Columbia Records.
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Article by: Dean Paretta