Female rapper KADI fights back against the music industry stereotypes with ‘Turn You On’, exploring the idea of women being sexualised in the industry. The fascinating topic is explored fusing RnB, hip hop and pop. KADI aims to push a new movement of keeping the music industry sexy yet classy, using ‘Turn You On’ to portray that message.
From working alongside artists such as Moorish Delta 7, producers like Baby J and supporting Omar, KADI is no stranger to the industry. Inspired by Lauren Hill’s flow and sophisticated style, KADI’s aim to empower women by be completely herself shines through in ‘Turn You On’. She believes the industry in general shows that “having a big ass or showing your breasts gets you attention” but she wants to succeed by being only herself. ‘Turn You On’ was based on when KADI lived in NYC and most of the producers told her she had to be sexual to get far but she believes she can “turn people on with my clothes on”.