Dej Loaf has her own visual advent calendar on the Internet

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It feels like we have been unabashed fans of Detroit rapper Dej Loaf, though really it's only been a few years. The talented rapper and entrepeneur has created the site Dejember, in which she's posting a visual treat for each day of the month.


The project got started with the hype video above.



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And some other days, there have been inspirational images like the one you see right there, for day seven.


For the latest post, which went live yesterday, Dej Loaf posted a slick interview clip where she talks about her origins.
I once heard someone say, 'We are the sum of all of our experiences'. This means that who we are today, comes from a collection of the things we have been through. Before I was your Dej Loaf, I was my Mother, Father and Grandmother's, Deja. And on this magic ride of celebrity and notoriety, I am careful to always remember my Beginnings.







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