Happy International Women’s Day you awesome lot. Catch us kicking back with some of our fave cocktails and signature comfort food to a soundtrack of epic women in music that we totally rate. If you babes are looking to get IWD popping off, here’s a handful of OG gems to give you all the Girl Power feels.
We'll kick off with one of the most incredible women in hip-hop, Lauryn Hill. With a wealth of hits behind her, it was a tough choice to select one record. In the end Doo-Wop was our tune of choice… We love this track so much we named a cocktail after it last year (Summer Sips list anyone?)…
Continuing on to one of the most successful women to break into the world of Hip-Hop, Queen Latifah has pioneered Girl Power since day 1. Turn the dial to 11 and enjoy this epic throwback.
Next to the party is a true female boss, Missy Elliott! We forever salute her for being the realest, so we cordially invite you and the squad to get your freak on.
You think we could write this post without a nod to our 90’s Queens T.L.C?! Get ready to blow the speakers.
We wouldn’t have the new school without the old, right?! So we thought we’d select some fresh beats for you too. Here’s some fierce females currently bringing all the vibes in 2019. YASSS QUEEN.
Islington’s own Lil’ Simz is first up. Since being crowned Best Breakthrough Act in 2015, she’s been delivering a whole new level of creativity and wavy beats to the Hip-Hop genre.
Bringing the heat, the insanely talented mega babe Kali Uchi. Since debuting in 2012 she continues to push the boundaries for females in music.
Finally, this new school list wouldn’t be complete UK R&B sensation Jorja Smith. Having bagged herself the “Female Solo Artist” Award at this years Brits, she dedicated her win to girls and women. We salute you.
Come by for more good vibes & good music with our DJs spinning the best old school beats and party classics at Kensington, Shoreditch and Oxford this weekend. Check here for listings. Book or just rock up.