So I got the opportunity to attend this year’s Music at the Intersection! And well I must say it was bright, bold, and beautifully diverse. Several black women took the stage on the night and didn’t disappoint.

Here are a few of those women we caught shining this weekend! Singer and multi-instrumentalist Aida Ade delivered with her distinct voice and soulful sounds. Her music is an eclectic mix of soul, alternative rock, and hip-hop. 

Grammy-nominated songstress and poet Tank of Tank and the Bangas brought the entire Big Top to their feet. A favorite of St. Louis that the city never gets tired of. Every time she performs here she brings something new and innovative.

 Legendary St.Louis vocalist Anita Jackson was poised, passionate, and singing with precision as usual. She’s has a seasoned voice that never misses. 

Paige Alyssa has been rocking the biggest stages all summer. There was no mistake that we caught them doing the same thing at the Intersection. 

Christie Dashiell graced us with her sweet and soothing voice and creative rifts and runs. 

Root Mod one of St Louis’s premier bands was blazing as usual. Lead singer Bia B looked as great as she sounded. She showed her full display of vocal ability and stage presence. 

Bands like Say She She and Blvck Slade and the Blvck Cosmos were dynamic all the way around. Whether it was their leads, their background vocals, or musicians. Both bands served up entertaining sets with Black women’s voices to the crowd’s delight.

Contributor/Content Creator: Maven Logik Lee 
Photographer: Trells Eye Photography for DELUX MAGAZINE
Maven Lee