From Underground Hip-Hop
to
A-List Celebrities

From Underground Hip-Hop
to
A-List Celebrities


Koi Sojer "The Gifted Eye" 

Celebrity Hip-Hop Photographer

Photo by Sir Jones

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Koi Sojer "The Gifted Eye" 

Celebrity Hip-Hop Photographer

Photo by Sir Jones

Young Gifted and Black

Young Gifted and Black

My life as a Young Black Female Hip-Hop Celebrity Photographer began in New York City in the '90s during a time when the Hip-Hop music scene was considered Underground.   


In 1991 Gramma Funk "The Funk Hostess Wit Da Mostess" started promoting Hip-Hop in a big way with her Infamous Tuesday Night "Funk Hut" Parties for signed and unsigned artists where they could have a stage to display their talents. This is also where my career as a self taught photographer began capturing Artists and Celebrities who were in support of Us and the Hip-Hop Movement.


So I have invited you all to take a journey back down memory lane with me to when we were Young, Happy to be Nappy, Hungry for our Craft, Determine to make a name for ourselves when their were no papparizes following Us.


The Industry Only parties in the '90s in New York City was the place to be for a young photographer as myself and I am so proud at how we all represented Hip-Hop to the Fullest.  


It was such a Beautiful journey and now I have Herstorical (History captured by Her) photographs to share with You and the World!


Click the tabs above to witness my journey as a Young Black "Gifted Eye" Photographer from The Underground World of Hip-Hop to Hollywood A-List Celebrities red carpets and events.


 Contact Koi Sojer for Licensing at SnapNUPhotos@SnapNUPhotos.com 

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Celebrity Hip-Hop Photographer

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ACHIEVEMENTS

Celebrity Hip-Hop Photographer Koi Sojer of Snap'N U Photos, Underground Hip Hop photographs from the '90s can be seen on these TV shows and Books: 

A&E television documentary currently entitled “BIGGIE: The Life of Notorious B.I.G.” (2017), "Murder Rap Inside the Biggie & Tupac Murders" Documentary (2017), VH1 Female Honors (Conscious Daughters)(2017), FOX TV Who Shot Biggie & Tupac? Movie (2017), BET's Death Row Chronicles (2018), Netflix Hip Hop Evolution documentary series episode called "NY Producers" Ep. 204. (2018), Tupac: Resurrection (2003) Documentary. 


Unbelievable "The Life, Death, and Afterlife of The Notorious B.I.G." VIBE Book (2003). Brian Coleman "Check The Technique" Volume 2 Book (2016).

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