GRRRL is a bespoke electronic music collaboration between independent, revolutionary women artists from around the world, coming together to tell their collective stories of life, conflict, inequality and change through music. Fusing together sounds of dark techno, ghetto bass, hip hop, dancehall, reggae, soul and electronica.


In Summer 2017, GRRRL was directed by Brazil’s Laima Leyton (Mixhell/Soulwax) and featured an eclectic mix of influential artists including Mercury Prize winning rapper Speech Debelle , Queen of Brazilian Dancehall Lei Di Dai , Zimbabwe’s Rap Queen AWA - African Women Arise, The Young Lioness Of Africa Wiyaala, Original Nu-Jazz and folk singer from Cape Town Nono Nkoane, British Bangladeshi singer Sohini Alam , DJ and percussionist from Caracas MABE and electronic artist/synth player from UK/Ghana Afrodeutsche.


After communicating and collaborating online for a month, the GRRRLs physically came together in the UK for 4 days to create a new body of work. GRRRL previewed to full capacity VIP audience at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club Bar, toured to Shambala Festival, Greenbelt Festival, Hull Freedom Festival and sold-out club shows in London and Manchester. GRRRL were voted the band of the festival at Shambala Festival.


The GRRRL EP, recorded at the infamous SARM Studios in London will be released worldwide in April 2018 and will coincide with a live performance as part of the closing ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Australia. 2018 Australian, European and Latin American tours will then follow. As well as presenting world class shows, GRRRL deliver dynamic political, activist and creative panel discussions about women and social change, feminism and music; incorporating performance, rap, song, protest and debate that has wowed and engaged audiences across the UK.