Song Of The Week: The Sorority—“Ladies’ Night”
By Isaac Fox, Feature Photo via NOW
In celebration of International Women’s Day, all-female rap quartet The Sorority have just dropped their second song/video “Ladies’ Night,” a funky, soulful, and modern tribute to the female rappers who inspired them, and to women worldwide. The Tamera Russell produced song is an eponymous nod to the 1997 song by the same name, which originally featured Lil Kim, Left Eye, Da Brat, Missy Elliott, and Hot 97’s Angie Martinez. Featuring the smooth vocals of singer Leila Dey, this song is one of the best to come out from Toronto this week.
The Sorority, composed of rappers pHoenix Pagliacci, Lex Leosis, Keysha Freshh and Haviah Mighty, came together after meeting for the first time a year ago at Team Backpack’s International Women’s Day Cypher. Keep a the lookout for new music and videos coming from this group as they look to make their mark on the Toronto music scene in 2017.