In a hip-hopped up nutshell, November has belonged to Kid Sister. With her debut album, Ultraviolet, finally seeing a proper release, along with appearances in Texas, Chicago and London (for Annie Mac's famed Koko night, no less!), Kid Sis, aka Melisa Young, packed a punch AND the dance floor at Webster Hall to a teeming crowd of kids eager to hear her joints and jams.

Starting off with the "it gets better with each listen" first single, Right Hand Hi, Kid Sister took the stage, as introduced by big brother, Josh Young, one half the talented duo of Flosstradamus.

It's evident that the female Young takes great pride in her musical roots, paying homage to the musical style and dance of early 90s street r&b. From feigning double dutch jumping with a telephone cord, to bringing the booty bouncing bass of album cuts Big N Bad and Switch Board, Kid Sister played up her pro nailed power by interacting with fans, even having back up dancers toss additional purple tinged glow sticks out for wanting hands.

Kid Sister took us on a journey through nearly every album track, including crowd pleasers Control and Pro Nails. Big bro Josh took the Cee-Lo vocals on the cut, Daydreaming, with the only bummer being the omittance of track, You Ain't Really Down, a cover of Status 4's bumper, and a Beaston fave.

Kid Sister hits Los Angeles next before rounding out her year back in the Midwest. Dates here.

Kid Sister's Ultraviolet is out now. Read my review here, then by all means, go cop it here.

mp3: Kid Sister - Control (LA Riots Remix)
mp3: Kid Sister - Right Hand Hi (Kill the Noise Remix)