Page by page, diary entry after diary entry, we learn about Snowe White, a rapper trying to make her way through there Berlin art scene. Written between 2012-2016, it’s an ode to the artists, friends and long nights, parties, mishaps and heartbreaks at the peak of the cultural revolution in the city of Berlin (Before it became too expensive).
This is my pop culture manifesto. If I was Richard Linklater, this would be my “Suburbia.” If I was Chuck Klosterman, this would be my “Sex, Drugs and Cocoa Puffs.”
“A great new book about youth, love, and ambition. Honest and direct and full of heart.” -RM Vaughan
Nadja Sayej is an arts and culture journalist who has lived in New York, Paris and Berlin, writing for The Guardian, The Economist and The New York Times. She has interviewed over 200 celebrities, from David Lynch to Salma Hayek, Susan Sarandon and Patton Oswalt, and is the author of five books including The Celebrity Interview Book, and Biennale Bitch, a comedy book about the art world. Nadja is also a photographer who shoots celebrities for Vanity Fair London, T Magazine and Interview Magazine Germany. nadjasayej.com