We’ve already shared a detailed look at each of the four artists that took part in the size? x Rinse International Women’s Day sessions event, and you can take a look at that here. But now, it’s time for us to share the sets themselves; keep on scrolling and give them a watch.
South London singer-songwriter Sasha Keable is a graduate of the prestigious BRIT School, where she drew from the Latin influences of her mother’s Colombian heritage and the rock and soul sounds from her British father to help craft her raw, soulful sound.
Hailing from London, DJ, producer and broadcaster Karen Nyame – aka KG – is renowned for her tribal and afro-inspired club hits. A blend of heavy basslines, African rhythms and euphoric melodies sync with her high-energy DJ sets to bring her audiences something really special.
London-based DJ, host and presenter Tash LC holds down must-listen residencies on Worldwide FM and BBC Radio 1Xtra, which offer a platform for her rich musical influences. On top of this, she launched her Club Yeke label in 2019, which is made for exploring and sharing new sounds from across the globe.
Jordss is a third-generation Jamaican, who has grown up in London surrounded by rich musical influences ranging from garage, R&B and her Caribbean heritage. Hailed as the ‘Queen of R&B edits’ by Boiler Room, her work on Rinse FM is renowned for playing both classics and underground sounds.