Respect magazine paid respect to Big Freedia by saying “Bonnaroo’s hip-hop triple threat on day one – Danny Brown, Yelawolf, and Kendrick Lamar — was tough to beat. By day four, the rap roster had dwindled down to a mere Mac Miller. But Bonnaroo booked a diverse cast between Thursday and Sunday to satisfy its massive (and very white) audience, whose average rap fan was likely to be a moonlighter. So Das Racist probably enjoyed a bigger turnout than the GZA did, which is a shame, because Liquid Swords as backed by Latin funk rockers Grupo Fantasma was nothing short of incredible. Admittedly, that was a 2:30 a.m. gig, but so was Big Freedia, the queen sissy of New Orleans bounce music, and she was the talk of the press tent the next day.” To read the whole article, click here.