Known as her alias 'Noname' previously as 'Noname Gypsy' Fatimah Warner is an American rapper and poet from Bronzeville, Chicago Illinois.
Noname has been performing slam poetry from 2010, Poetry slam began in Chicago in 1984 with its first competition designed to move poetry recitals from academia to a popular audience when American poet Marc Smith began experimenting with open microphone performance venues for poetry.
She gained wider recognition following her 2013 appearance on the track 'Lost' from the amazing EP 'Acid Rap', the song featured on another fellow Chicago native Chancelor Johnathan Bennett better known as Grammy Winner Chance The Rapper. Noname also featured on Ramal Erocs love ballad 'I Love You More', Kirk Knights 'Late Knight Special' and Mick Jenkins EP 'The Waters' to name a few.
No longer just a guest artist, Noname released her own debut mixtape in 2016 showcasing her lyrical talents dwelling on her city Chicago and tracks that are full of rich, somber, and incredibly intimate moments. An impressive debut that received a high critical response from those who heard it.
Noname made a TV appearance on Saturday Night Live supporting Chance The Rapper. In November 2016, she announced a US Tour in 18 countries and separate gigs. From December 2016, half of the shows had already sold out to early March this year. Look out for more music to tour dates from this talented uniquely intriguing lyricist.