Kween G


Kween G Kibone started her career with the explosive Hip Hop outfit KillaQueenz. As an artist, MC, community advocate and curator her commitment to her own artistry and to supporting emerging artists is formidable.

Kween G is both an industry and cultural leader and emerging Afro-Australian icon. Renowned for provocative, unflinching and authentic Hip Hop content, Kween G delivers a dynamic style as an MC, performer and Hip Hop artist. She is often described as “consciousness-raising” and her fighting spirit for women’s rights and those in disadvantaged communities courage and humility have earned her respect across the country.

Kween G is a strong advocate of women’s representation within the music industry and currently sits on the advisory panel of the Australian Women in Music Awards. In demand to host and contribute to large scale events, (Sydney Festival, Africultures Festival, Ethics Centre debate-IQ2, Marrickville Festival, Women's Scream International Poetry Festival), Kween G is an experienced cross cultural communicator and facilitator. Kween has developed and delivered workshops in N.T and N.S.W.

In her various capacities, Kween has developed a significant network through her music, broadcasting and facilitation and she has worked for 15+ years as a producer/presenter and is a qualified trainer in community radio.

Recent creative works saw Kween G in her debut theatre performance in Urban Theatre Projects“ Home Country”2017 and soon after headlined the sold out Pan Africa Poets Cafe-Black Girl Magic at Melbourne Arts Centre. In the same year she released the single “Who I Am” a fearless vision statement from a “Femcee” who writes to encourage us all to fiercely pursue our unique passions “until the wheels fall off”.

Kween G has been, and continues to develop as a powerful advocate for social Justice awareness through the arts and is consistent in her care and commitment to her music, Social Justice, Inclusion and Human Rights. Kween G’s father sought political asylum in Australia from Uganda and in the early 90s, the family emigrated to Sydney.