We are joined by Cape Town born and bred rapper, Patty Monroe. She landed her first record deal at the young age of 15, using her street smart, rap abilities and songwriting skills to acquire it.
Since debuting into the industry in 2015, she has worked hard to establish herself as one of the very best female hip-hop artists to be making a name for herself in a male-dominated industry. Patty is a confident young woman who demands respect through her raps and rejects the notion that every female rapper is cast from the same dye and has to walk the same walk to be successful. She has said that she that she hopes to help people to somewhat escape the hardships of everyday life, through her music.
“I have a message, I don’t just want to be talking about sexuality there is a bigger picture, I don’t just want to be known as a femcee but as an emcee, I can rap and refuse to be labeled.”