‘First Asian Woman in Hip-Hop’ Who Managed Wu-Tang Clan Members to Release Memoir

Sophia Chang

Korean-Canadian talent manager, Sophia Chang, has announced the release of her audiobook memoir titled “The Baddest Bitch in the Room.”

The audiobook memoir, which is being narrated by Chang herself, will give details to her rise as “the first Asian woman in hip-hop” and pay homage to the people she had the privilege to work with over the years, according to HypeBeast.

It also details her astonishing journey into the music industry from “falling in love with the genre to breaking racial and societal norms,” as said in the report.

Chang, who is the daughter of Korean immigrants and born in a suburb in Vancouver, Canada before moving to New York City, found herself immersed in the city’s underground music scene.

Chang’s career in the music industry had led her to become manager of many popular artists such as RZA and GZA, who were members of the famous Wu-Tang Clan, D’Angelo and Raphael Saadiq, among other names.

Aside from being an artist manager, Chang also worked as general manager of two record labels: RZA’s Razor Sharp Records and Joy Badass’ Pro Era Records, the report noted.

“The Baddest Bitch in the Room,” which is under Audible and Reese Witherspoon’ Hello Sunshine, is set for release on September 26.

Featured image via Instagram / sophchangnyc

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