“Who run the world? GIRLS!” — Beyoncé
For the month of March, Audiomack will honor and celebrate Women’s History Month and use our platform to highlight and uplift female creators—artists, producers, engineers, songwriters, and industry leaders.
This month, we’re presenting woman-centric playlists, performances, interviews, executive and creator panel discussions, contests, and more under the theme of Hear Her Voice!
As part of Hear Her Voice, the ladies of Audiomack have specially curated a variety of playlists that highlight female artists and showcase the diversity of sounds and styles across various genres, including hip-hop, R&B, reggae, Afrobeats, dancehall, and more.
What would music be without women? After pressing play on Hear Her Voice, you’ll quickly realize the industry would be quite dull without the fierceness of artists such as Ariana Grande and Doja Cat, the soul of artists such as Ari Lennox and VanJess, and the dynamic duality of artists like Rico Nasty and Billie Eilish.
Memoir of a Power Girl is a genre-blending, celebratory playlist that features women doing the most powerful thing we can do: being women. Press play and jam out to the wondrous sounds of Chloe x Halle, Amaria, Savannah Ré, and more.
My Name Is My Name is a dancehall-infused playlist that will keep your head bobbing and your hips winding as you get lost in the sonic worlds crafted by the ladies of the islands, such as Koffee, Stalk Ashley, Shenseaa, Jada Kingdom, and more.
Audiomack’s Manager of Electronic, Chloe Malushaga, keeps her finger on the pulse of the pop and electronic scene. WHIPPED CREAM, Wafia, FLAVIA, and more grace Lady-Killer—a playlist of female-identifying artists, vocalists, remixers, and songwriters on the rise.
Whether you feel like getting lit with Coi Leray, twerking with Meg, or going cruising with your bestie, Ladies Night Out has you covered. These energetic songs are the perfect backdrop for dancing in the mirror or pregaming before you pull up at your mask-enforced, socially-distanced event.
“‘Cause the Girls In The Hood are always hard.” This is for the rap girlies who made something out of nothing. Rap giants such as Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, and City Girls sit alongside newcomers such as Mulatto, Flo Milli, and Erica Banks on this hip-hop playlist.
What’s the fun in beating your face without motivation from your favorite rap girly blasting through the speakers? Lady London, Armani Caesar, Rubi Rose, and more occupy Beauty Bars: a playlist made for contour blending and highlight applying.
On SHElist, the women take over and show the extent of diversity across the UK. From sultry R&B with Jorja Smith to drill rap with Ivorian Doll, there’s no shortage of talent coming from the European mainland.