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Very rarely does one come across a personality that makes you literally stop dead in your tracks and stare in awe. Upon first meeting Raye Six, also stylized as Raye 6, you can not help but bask in her overwhelming radiance; so hot it’ll make you see stars.

The Brooklyn artist is liberated, eccentric and is officially — by our definition — the second coming of the legendary Grace Jones. Equal parts sensuality with unnerving creativity and talent, Raye is gearing up to take the music world by storm with her hot single, “Not Gonna Be (Forever)”, which has since been remixed, off of her latest EP Universal Lover.

Photo by NaShish Scott/Courtesy of Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Taking advantage of a beautiful spring day in May, we decided to go for a romp in Our Lady Gotham’s playground with the self-proclaimed lovechild of Prince and the universe. Like we aforementioned, meeting Raye is a bewitching experience–she possesses a subdued elegance but her presence packs a punch.

Fortunately for us, this tigress isn’t as fierce as her stripes; and while we were trying our hardest not to say anything stupid, Raye was doing her best to put us at ease with her intoxicating smile and devilish sense of humor. Touching upon every topic under the sun–from Donna Summer, who had passed just days earlier, to incest, a conversation brought on by her new-found love for Bravo!’s The Borgias–it was hard not to get smitten.

Photo by NaShish Scott/Courtesy of Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Photo by NaShish Scott/Courtesy of Quiet Lunch Magazine.

After treating her to a cone at Mr. Softee’s and a few other moments that practically stopped traffic (and almost halted our interview), we parked in front of TKettle on St. Mark’s for an impromptu tea date and picked her brain about what she has in store for the audio-sphere.

Written by Akeem K. Duncan & Grizzy Rodriguez.↓

Griselle “Grizzy” Rodriguez (n: editor-at-large.) (Left) & Akeem K. Duncan (n: editor-in-chief.) (Right)

About Akeem K. Duncan.

Akeem K. Duncan.
Akeem is our Editor in Chief. A writing ogre and profuse sweater, he is responsible for the daily function and overall misdirection of Quiet Lunch. When he’s not perusing the worldwide web for “documentaries on intercourse”, he can be often found holed up in various friend’s apartments organizing content or tweaking the site.

Comments (3)

  • Raye 6 Rocks Fat Baby. January 9, 2013 - 8:10 pm Reply

    [...] Raye 6, performed at Fat Baby last night, and Quiet Lunch dropped in to peep her performance. Raye 6 is [...]

  • devin June 8, 2012 - 6:15 pm Reply

    her hair is giving me LIFE!

  • Tracey Hall June 7, 2012 - 8:44 pm Reply

    GET IT! FIERCE!

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