In celebration of International Women’s Day, Moozlie, Gigi Lamayne, Rouge and other African female artists collaborated to remix Queen Latifah’s anthem, U.N.I.T.Y. It was the biggest collab of female hip-hop artists in Africa.
The world celebrated International Women’s Day, and popular African beer brand Castle Lite decided to join in on the celebrations by doing something that hasn't been done before.
The biggest female hip-hop collab on the African continent was organised to show the power of women who stand together.
Five heavyweights of the industry were chosen, as reported on by SA Hip Hop Mag. Gigi Lamayne (SA), Moozlie (SA), Rouge (SA), Mz Kizz (Nigeria), and Rossa Ree (Tanzania) worked together to remix Queen Latifah's U.N.I.T.Y.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the women did a simultaneous livestream of their cover of U.N.I.T.Y.which was a first of its kind for Castle Light and Africa.
Moozlie said she was proud to be part of the first-ever event.
It is such an honour to be part of a movement that not only celebrates women but encourages UNITY through music. Music has the ability to unite people from different backgrounds, and it is through this that we were able to bring our own different styles and individuality to recreate this amazing song with a powerful message.
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The song was streamed at 9:15 am on the 8th of March during a live broadcast on Instagram before it was made available on different streaming platforms.
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