Audrey Godoy (aka Gavlyn)

rapper from the San Fernando Valley

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Audrey Godoy (aka Gavlyn) on KCRW

We talk with Latina rappers trying to make it in hip-hop. They’ve put out a steady stream of mixtapes and videos on YouTube, and found new fans overseas.

Meet Gavlyn and Reverie, LA’s up-and-coming rappers

We talk with Latina rappers trying to make it in hip-hop. They’ve put out a steady stream of mixtapes and videos on YouTube, and found new fans overseas.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

We meet two Latina rappers trying to make it in hip-hop, putting out a steady stream of mixtapes and videos on YouTube, and finding new fans overseas.

LA's up-and-coming rappers Gavlyn and Reverie

We meet two Latina rappers trying to make it in hip-hop, putting out a steady stream of mixtapes and videos on YouTube, and finding new fans overseas.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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