Special Selection : Women's rights day

Special Selection : Women's rights day

Mar 7, 2023

Here is our special selection celebrating our women artist on this international women's rights day.

Lila Iké


Lila Iké breathes a delicate testimony of love, infatuation, and spiritual guidance on her 7-track debut. The EP features previously-released hits such as “Where I’m Coming From,” where she reflects on her journey thus far over a trap-inspired beat produced by Kasadie “Caspa” Jones, and “Second Chance,” a romantic plea to her ex floating on a revitalized version of Dennis Brown’s 1985 “Promised Land” reggae riddim, reinvented by producer Alfred Simpson.



Giolì & Assia are the young Italian duo of producers, multi-instrumentalists, singers, songwriters, record label owners, and DJs live performer, creating music that blends the styles of house, indie, and pop that is uniquely their own. Giolì plays the piano, cello, drums, guitar, and handpan, and Assia handles lead vocal duties as well as the guitar.

Kilo Kish


interdisciplinary artist aYunand performer Kilo Kish (Kish Robinson) released her critically acclaimed sophomore album AMERICAN GURL, featuring Vince Staples, Miguel, Jean Dawson and Jesse Boykins III. The album is an infectious slice of psychedelic art-pop supported by industrial beats that speaks to outrunning perceptions of identity, status, and race.



Early in her career, UPSAHL released songs that gained much-deserved recognition throughout the Phoenix music scene. As a graduate of the Arizona School for the Arts, she went on to ignite a groundswell of fan adoration and tastemaker praise by way of numerous indie alternative gems.



There’s a timeless groove to the R&B that Yuna makes. She perfectly crafts soulful pop that contains the sultriness of Sade, the flair of Aaliyah, and the sweetness of Brandy. There are clear forebears upon her art, but her story is so singular that it’s hard to draw a line in the sand when it comes to Yuna’s lineage in the urban pop spectrum.

Adi Oasis


French-Caribbean singer, bassist and producer Adi Oasis fuses soul, funk and R&B to form her own distinctive, retro-futurist sound.
Adi Oasis released her solo debut album under the name Adeline in 2018. Since then she has released 2 additional EPs. Her single “Whisper My Name” was featured in a stunning COLORS debut in early 2021, and she has garnered critical praise from press including Vogue to Rolling Stone, Wonderland, Line of Best Fit, Afropunk and many others.

Jaz Karis


South London songstress Jaz Karis presents her ‘Favourites’ compilation, 15 songs that best represent her past, present and future self spanning across R&B, Reggae, Afrobeats and much more. With a love for all things nostalgic, Jaz looks forward to presenting her music in vinyl form for her dedicated fanbase of music lovers.

Maddy O'Neal


Dirty Funky Bass Music but make it pretty. 
The vibe and soul of the Maddy O’Neal project combines soundscapes from all across the spectrum of genre….Rich in texture and atmosphere, her roots in funk and soul shine through in a bed of low end frequencies making for a unique environment for future bass and synth design to lace together .

Ella Vos


American pop singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles. Ella's latest project SUPERGLUE is still in production. The 10 tracks electropop masterclass will send around the summer on a bright neon green record.

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