Music Choice of the Month 3/21: Crimson Alchemist

by | Mar 5, 2021 | Music Choice of the Month, Women's History Month

Crimson Alchemist (Charne Hixon) is an underground hip-hop emcee from the eastside of Detroit, MI. Crimson is known for her lyricism and witty lines mixed with references from pop culture to anime-themed concepts. Grabbing her start in music at the age of 11, Crimson’s main inspirations in hip-hop come from the likes of Common, Wu-Tang, and most importantly, her father.

She has continuously perfected her craft over the years, performing in open mic sessions and headlining festivals as big as Dally In the Alley. The iconic phrase “Kill it Crimson” has echoed throughout her career with her having shared the stage with high energy artists such as Clear Soul Forces, Mega Ran, Noveliss, Doc Illingsworth, Obie Trice, Swift Mcvay, and even Slaughterhouse’s very own Crooked I

Check out the video below to watch her slay the mic in a freestyle cypher hosted by World Emcee. (Warning: contains explicit lyrics)

She has also joined artists on out-of-town shows for comic conventions such as Youmacon, Techniicon, and also Liberty City Anime Con in New York City’s Times Square. While doing so, she was able to supply her fans with a few music videos and loose singles to tide them over before her next big release. One track that really hit the spot was named “Carolina Reaper Flow”, which shows why Crimson Alchemist is one of the hottest artist in the city. 

In the video below, Crimson Alchemist explains how she handles people who don’t respect her skill because she is a woman and one that is fully represented by the LGBT Community.

By what we’ve heard so far, there is no doubt that Crimson Alchemist is poised for great things in the near future. To hear more of her music, check out her latest releases on streaming platforms Spotify and Soundcloud. You can also connect with her on social media using the links below.

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(Top Photo Credit: Christopher Gene – @chri.sto.pher)


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