Hip-Hop 411 presents, “The Alpha Female Delight Compilation Vol 2”
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The Alpha Female Delight Compilation Vol 2 is the 411!
The first all women hip-hop EP in South Africa is back with a new compilation with music from fierce MC’s.
The idea takes inspiration from 20 000 women of 1956 who marched to the Union Building in Pretoria to protest against the unjust laws enforced on women in South Africa at the time- well it’s time to show the masses that female rappers are making a mark in SA that should be heard.
The compilation features lyrical stylings from the likes of Mbleedaduurt (Trap Count), Lex Lafoy (WITOTWSI), Zenny da Freek (Baphl), Venus (Dank), K-sleezy (Fact), Landr (Flick of the Wrist), Tyrant (The City), Zinnycated (Women), Nadia Rose (Skwod), Angel Haze (Werking Girls), Luaperis (Zangalewa) and more.
The compilation was aptly released on Women’s Day yesterday, though downloads were available from Wednesday the 8th via SoundCloud, Data File Host and Audiomack.
“Hip-Hop 411 is an early start-up full service media production agency that is focused on content creation for social media, web and television.
Founded in 2015 by creative entrepreneur Lwazi Nonyukela, Hip-Hop 411 is passionate about creating content that displays the best of what the South African pop culture has to offer, giving young creatives a platform to showcase their talents and the rest of the world a unique and authentic South African experience.
The company specialises in pre-production, production and post-production of all visual and audio content. Hip-Hop 411 is 100% black owned and prides itself in using the latest in digital and visual effects technology available on the market to give the best visual experience.”
Hip-Hop 411 delivers the goods on all things hip-hop; check out the new Alpha Female compilation.