Despite what her social media handle suggests, Noname isn't hiding anymore. The soft-spoken but quick-witted rapper has spent years bubbling in Chicago's hip-hop scene and sparring on tracks with friends like Saba and Chance The Rapper while still maintaining a low profile. "It kind of became this very corny way for me to view my identity as this nomadic, weird, avant-garde person who is off the grid, who can be anything and nothing all at once," she says when describing the origin of her stage name. Born Fatimah Warner in Chicago, Ill., Noname first gained attention when she appeared on Chance The Rapper's 2013 mixtape, Acid Rap . Following that success, she released the 2016 mixtape, Telefone, and used the proceeds from that record to fund her...
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'We Need To Exist In Multitudes': Noname Talks Artistic Independence, Women In Rap