Next week joining these legends alongside @shesaid.so as part of their #IWD 3 part series championing women that are building businesses from the ground up. On a panel alongside @CiciCava @emeraldroselewis @djmadamx @jaguarworldwide & hosted by @hazelmarimba on ‘how to make playing pay’ RSVP for free here: bit.ly/WDBusiness #InternationalWomensDay 

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With International Women’s Day next week, been super blessed to work with Apple x Beats by Dre x Sister Collective to co-curate a week long series of immersive workshops celebrating established trailblazers & emerging artists & creators.

Would be awesome for you to join us alongside Serine Karthage Fenn O’Meally Julie Adenuga he.she.they Phildell & more.

You can RSVP for Free here: https://www.apple.com/…/collect…/made-by-women/coventgarden/

#IWD #InternationalWomensDay #TodayAtApple #BalanceForBetter

Zane Lowe has done just the same. I always admired him when he was on BBC Radio 1 and used to lock into his show a lot because I loved the diversity of the music he played, his connection with the artists and his depth of knowledge too. When I got to interview him, he said something to me that has stuck with me ever since, “You don’t have to choose your lane, you can build your own highway” It really sums up how the internet has thrown open the doors of opportunity. Little did I know that after that interview he would go on to set up Beats 1.”
 
Loves speaking to Ellie Sabine-Singh for 3000 Bass – you can read the full interview here: https://threethousand.co.uk/womxn-in-bass-with-ellie-sabine-singh-carly-wilford/

“Unfiltered, bold and lyrically colourful, she stands alone sonically while representing London’s streets in their rawest form. A singer, songwriter, rapper and producer, she flits between unexpected melodies and hard hitting bars, all delivered with genuine swag and authenticity.”

Find out why I backed Serine Karthage for Dummy here…

https://www.dummymag.com/features/8-artists-to-watch-in-2019/