BLXCK PRIDE is the powerful Debut single from Queens Edition a new all-star Hip Hop group made up of six multifaceted Emcee’s (Coco 7, Dee Lush, Zara Sykes, Keesha Simpson, Min Ranger & SharnaCane) brought together with the goal of delivering a positive image of females of all ages in music.
Released officially on Black Friday 2019. BLXCK PRIDE (Queens Edition) is the third single released from the critically acclaimed album: Club FRSHRZ Presents… The BLXCK Playlist.
Produced by UK Legend Nutty P (Wretch 32, Ghetts, Rodney P) Sampling the Lover’s Rock Classic ‘Black Pride’ by Kofi. BLXCK PRIDE is an anthemic, energetic rebuttal to the 2018 single from FRSHRZ ft. Daak Martin, Si Phili & Logic
Epic and enchanting ‘BLXCK PRIDE (Queens Edition) would easily fit onto any radio playlist. This is a refreshing offering to the music industry and is certainly set for chart recognition.
With its fusion of Lovers Rock and Hip-Hop, you cannot help but get carried away with the authentic energy. The detailed positive and empowering lyrics along with this rich, multi-layered production is the perfect soundtrack to your Black Friday and beyond!
Formed by Club FRSHRZ CEO: SKANDOUZ, ‘Queens Edition was seen as a happy accident’
With what started as a group of artists who answered the call to jump on a remix for FRSHRZ ‘Who knew that combining these 6 unique artists who had never worked together prior to forming this group would hit it off immediately and would have so much genuine chemistry.’ The first official meeting of the group was on BBC London Radio to debut the single on Jasmine Dotiwala’s show in March 2019.
Along with the single are three Exclusive Remixes from Juke 84, Jay Scifi & Nino Sip
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