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Poison Ivory

Poison Ivory

Poison Ivory


She is boldly rebellious, a renegade, and through her music Poison Ivory is unapologetic when it comes to lashing out at the system of oppression. She also shares her observations about sex, money and power on her five-song debut EP, which is a seamless hybrid of Rock, Pop, Punk, and Hip-Hop genres, titled The Filth. In addition to being a songwriter and recording artist, Poison Ivory is a true performance artist—an illustrator and painter. She Read more on Last.fm
She is boldly rebellious, a renegade, and through her music Poison Ivory is unapologetic when it comes to lashing out at the system of oppression. She also shares her observations about sex, money and power on her five-song debut EP, which is a seamless hybrid of Rock, Pop, Punk, and Hip-Hop genres, titled The Filth. In addition to being a songwriter and recording artist, Poison Ivory is a true performance artist—an illustrator and painter. She presents a gaudy glam style that is inspired by an array of unique and cult- appreciated personalities. Her musical tastes are quite diverse. Poison Ivory, whose birth name is Kristina, grew up in Los Angeles and as a kid at Mount Zion, a Black Baptist Church located in the city’s Inglewood area.

Later her father became a pastor who presided over homeless ministries. He was also a promotions and publicity executive inside the record industry doing promotion and publicity for such artist as The Temptations, WAR, Bill Withers, and The Mama’s & The Papas; not to mention many Gospel greats. So, it is no surprise that Ivory’s musical influences range from classic rockers such as Joni Mitchell, Janis Joplin, Led Zeppelin, Neil Young, and the Rolling Stones, to Contemporary Gospel acts like the Kurt Carr Singers and the Winans, to R&B divas Anita Baker and Teena Marie. Ivory has been singing since the age of 5, and was a member of a young Gospel group, called “All God’s Children.” The group once performed in front of former President Bill Clinton, Barbara Streisand, and in a high profile NFL-Fox TV Commercial.

“It was awesome experience,” Ivory recalls. “I got my taste of what it was like to perform in front of an audience, and knew it was something I was born to do.” 2014 Los Angeles, USA www.iampoisonivory.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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