What Kitty Crimes is most noted for are her flagrant performances with explorations into rap and pop expressions. Crowd surfing is whatever if the wind is right, and live bravado just may be her strongest suit. She's opened for Big Freedia, Cupcakke, Mykki Blanco, Esme Patterson, Tennis, Andrew W.K., and has been hosted by Red Bull, Meow Wolf, Red Rocks, and Tree Fort Music Fest.
Maria Kohler of Kitty Crimes found herself at 13 making her first album on "corny PC software" called Hip Hop Ejay, using her brothers as vocal fodder, and starting her foray into production and arrangement.
Some years later and with considerable experience as a performer and producer, including the acclaimed reception of prior music video "Find A Penny," rapper and songwriter Kitty Crimes is stepping onto the national stage with her first EP "Crimes of the Kitty: Volume 2"
Crimes of the Kitty: Volume 2, is largely an exploration into the theme of Power, and how we either claim it, or give it away. Heading the production for all things heard and seen, assuming creative control is hallmark to what makes Kitty Crime's sound so unique. Her release is set for March 30 on all online venues.