From Mabel and Ta-Ha to Jorja Smith and Little Simz, here's 25 of our favourite emerging female artists under 25 -all in one place.
I didn’t stop to think how it would impact my career, but everyone else had already decided: I was out of the game.
"Why can’t I just do what I want to do, freely, without feeling like people are trying to put me in a box all the time?"
Rebeca Lane is trying to make socially-conscious hip-hop in a country where femicide is part of daily life, and there are 56,000 reports of violence against women per year.
"You don’t learn when you’re nervous, you learn when it’s playful and safe."
They've told the Icelandic Prime Minister to "suck my pussy" live on TV, written songs about anal sex, and performed on stage in nude underwear.
"The first time I met Sia I was, for the most part, still homeless."
"We want real change, not just people saying we’ve hired a woman."
Women have always had a voice in music, and it has been getting louder and louder. Now, it’s almost deafening.
How cool is it to see an actual woman on actual TV reframing the narrative and talking about how it's a good thing to be considered indimidating?
What does it say about a culture when it’s considered “daring” to put a woman on a magazine cover without the pretense of sex?
With her sights now set on music, we chat with the Hollywood star about being raised without mirrors, writing her first single in an Uber, and accidentally opening for Mary J. Blige.