Ebow is wearing a black jacket with a Las Vegas Raiders football team logo patch on the chest and a black T-shirt with red and grey and white lettering underneath. She has her black hair tied tightly back with a centre parting. Ebow is slightly bent forward, has her arms folded behind her back so that they are not visible and is looking at the camera. The background of the picture changes from white to black at the top of the picture.
Ebow (Photo: Diara Sow)
Wednesday, 24.8.2022
23:40 – 00:20, Alte Kantine
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Ebow

Ebow first came to prominence with guerrilla performances in laundromats, supermarkets and demonstrations. Nowadays, the Vienna- and Berlin-based artist performs on more conventional stages but remains as provocative and political as ever, rapping against sexism, racism and homophobia. On her current fourth album »Canê« – Kurdish for »darling« as well as »soul« – Ebow not only goes back to her roots, representing Munich-Giesing and Free Kurdistan, but also gets to the bottom of the contradictory desires of our time. Fast cars and political struggles, shy flirting and the eternal search for trouble, Prada bags and protesting – Ebow is both: resistant and hyped. Street and softie. Highly poetic and not giving a fuck. Or as she says, »My biggest flex is that I’m being myself.«

Ebow is wearing a black jacket with a Las Vegas Raiders football team logo patch on the chest and a black T-shirt with red and grey and white lettering underneath. She has her black hair tied tightly back with a centre parting. Ebow is slightly bent forward, has her arms folded behind her back so that they are not visible and is looking at the camera. The background of the picture changes from white to black at the top of the picture.
Ebow (Photo: Diara Sow)