Baby Yaga were in Columbia last weekend, where they partook in a pop-up live session hosted by the new Columbia-based arts collective, NCLUSIV alongside with the Columbia nonprofit Girls Block, which exists to empower WOMXN identifying artists and entrepreneurs in South Carolina. Baby Yaga played their 2019 single, “Ah”, as well as a brand new, unreleased song called “Dog House”. The video also features Columbia artist Kyle Coker giving a tattoo to Girls Block co-founder Kati Baldwin, while Baby Yaga plays.
Girls Block has just announced the second annual installment of their music and arts festival, taking place on Saturday, March 7th on the 1600 block street in the heart of Columbia, SC. The music lineup is stacked with badass female artists including Babe Club, Linqua Franqa, Neighbor Lady, Baby Yaga, Fleur Geurl, Rex Darling and many more.
Tickets to Girls Block 2020 are $30 and available here. See the full lineup on the poster at the bottom of this article.
Speaking of Babe Club, they’re set to link up with NCLUSIV for one of these live sessions next weekend, on Sunday, February 16th. Limited tickets are available here, and proceeds will go toward Girls Block 2020.
Watch Baby Yaga perform “Ah” and “Dog House” live in a Columbia, SC shed below.