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Design of the Week | Help Me I'm Poor



Dominique Larue | Radio Waves

Columbus hip-hop artist, Dominique Larue, released a smokin' hot EP last month titled Help Me, I'm Poor. Larue was part of the rap supergroup, Heresy, and has had her music placed on VH1, Comedy Central, MTV, and HBO, amongst others, as well as included in the motion picture, The Challenger.

The six track EP is Larue's fourth release. She'll be performing at The Flyover Fest in Columbus on May 12/13. It'll be a show you don't want to miss. Listen to "Do What I Wanna" below:

 

Posted by Brett Gregory on 26 April, 2017 Columbus, design of the week, Dominique Larue, Help Me I'm Poor, The Flyover Fest | 1 comment
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  • Natisha - December 01, 2018

    Informative article, exactly what I wanted to find.

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