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Spotify launches EQUAL – An Initiative for all female creators
We are proud of launching a global commitment that is designed to provide equity for women in audio and also celebrating their contribution, this global commitment is called EQUAL. EQUAL launched by Spotify would help pave way for women artists or women podcast creators. It could be locally, regionally, or internationally but it would be under a global partnership with new content experiences, with a new on and off-platform. The EQUAL Campaign comprises of:
Celebrating women all over the world using the launch of the EQUAL hub. The EAUL hub platform would be used to celebrate women creators, which would allow fans to also connect with them through their music and podcasts.
Supporting women through an invite-only EAUAL board, this board would be made up of 15 members only from around the world. The Spotify EQUAL board would work on ways on how to make the audio industry tangible for women creators.
It would be our great delight in celebrating the most too streamed music artist and podcast creators globally. With Taylor Swift taking the lead position of 2.3 billion streams, followed by Ariana Grande and then Dua Lipa, and the most popular podcast creators globally would go to Ashley Flowers and Brit Parawat.
Spotify EQUAL board would take their time in appreciating these powerful women in setting an example for all other women globally. To a lot of them, this movement would be considered a momentous time for them all. RADIOPUSHERS are reporting on this developing story.
Puma and Lauren london celebrating international women’s day pack
In collaboration with PUMA, Lauren London would be celebrating women throughout March along with the launch of her new women’s style. An inclusive of purple-inspired footwear and apparel would be releasing an International Women’s Day pack by yours truly PUMA. The new footwear release by PUMA would include some of the classics like the suede classics IWD costing $70, the cruise rider IWD costing $85, and the RS curve IWD costing $100 amongst the women’s rider collection.
Some of the apparel pieces from PUMA would include the Iconic IWD T7 jacket which costs $65 alongside the PUMA’s IWD fitted tee costing $30, all include the purple signature.
The launch of the PUMA IWD pack moves with the launch of “she moves with us” which has brought together major women brand ambassadors who have in one way or the other inspired women all around the world through culture and sports which would include Lauren London, Skylar Diggins-Smith, Dua Lipa and many more. PUMA would try to generate more attention by pushing content in the year 2021, such content would include talks, videos, and several interviews of top female brand ambassadors alongside the theme.
A statement released by PUMA and Lauren London shows their joy concerning bring light to the acquisition. They hope that integrating more ideas and themes would help in acknowledging women around the world and hopes that they would see these ambassadors as a beacon of hope as they celebrate International women’s Day. RADIOPUSHERS are reporting on this developing story.
H.E.R. and Jazmine Sullivan joins Amazon in celebrating Women’s History month
Today, Amazon Music and She is the Music (SITM) makes an announcement today that H.E.R. and Jazmine Sullivan would become the next featured artist for ( Group Thread: not pictured ) on March 12, which was led by host, Music Journalist Sowmya Krishnamurthy, who later revealed how women have decided to break the industry which would lead the upcoming generation.
During an Episode with H.E.R and Jazmine Sullivan in Group Thread: not picture, they would later talk about their recent collaboration on Jazmine Sullivan’s new Album “Heaux tales” helps in making women understand that women can also have the power to shape the Music Industry.
The founding member of the SITM, Alicia Keys, and co-founder Ann Mincieli would later join Krishnamurthy for a brief discussion this month. The episode of Group Thread: not pictured also kicked off this 5th of March, sharing the Grammy Award winner new single “pay your way in pain” and also the new Album Daddy’s home which was discussed by St. Vincent and partner and Co-Head of World Wide Music Samantha Kirby Yoh. They also went ahead in talking about the important roles women play in the Music Industry and how they can further increase their fields in areas like audio Engineering, songwriting, etc.
With further discussion, it is with no doubt that this impact would help push the desire of women all around the world in setting their goals and achieving them in the Music industry. RADIOPUSHERS are reporting on this developing story.