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Paigey Cakey

Paigey Cakey is considered to be one of the leading talents in the female UK rap scene. The self-made woman can count on an army-like following, thanks to her unmatched charisma and style. Her freshest EP 'Red Velvet' exposes her love for rap and trap, but a sultry song is never far away.

Continuous support from the likes of BBC R1, 1XTRA, Capital Xtra and Rinse FM is testament to her independent hustle.


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Priestess, only 21 years old, quickly became one of the most interesting new artists in the Italian urban scene. With her freshly released 'TORNO DOMANI EP', she earned impressive critical acclaim and  performed across the biggest European cities (Amsterdam, Berlin, Barcelona, London, Paris and Dublin).

She has her very own blend of rap, trap and soul, tasting as smooth as Italian coffee.

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Era Santana

The Parisienne Era Santana does no effort hiding her Spanish influences whatsoever. Old school latino trap for those who'd love to grind like it's Rio '99.

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Lidy Fa

Schooled classically, Lidy Fa combines her songwriter skills with a deep love for soul, R&B, deep house and urban. The result? Think Stromae with a higher pitched voice and heavy subs.


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Roxy Rose

Roxy Rose's greatest talent? She's so damn difficult to label, combining African influences with soul, rap and jazz, and getting inspiration from different art forms.

Roxy’s debut EP sounds like a personal diary, filled with her diverse experiences with love.

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Mel Ross

As the female member of the notorious Belgian hip-hop collective AMN (Any Means Necessary), Mel Ross already proved to hold her own. Does she spit her bars just as well without her male backup? We'll see...



Combining rap, spoken word and slam poetry, Groggy fuses her sweet voice with the most nonchalant beats.

She labels her unique style as 'Dadapop'.