Gigi Lamayne Named As Part Of 2021 Women To Watch By New York’s TuneCore

Gigi Lamayne Named As Part Of 2021 Women To Watch By New York’s TuneCore. Gigi Lamayne has made an amazing name for herself through the years as a powerful rapper and smooth lyricist. Her versatility and talent has lead her to be recognized on multiple global platforms.

Gigi Lamayne Named As Part of 2021 Women To Watch By New York's TuneCore

Gigi recently took to twitter to announce that she has been recognized as part of TuneCore’s 2021 women to watch. TuneCore is a New York based digital music distribution company.

The Fufa rapper tweeted how thankful she was to be a part of the list. She tweeted, “Thank you so much ! 21 women to watch out for in 2021 ! #GigiToTheWorld“.

Other women on TuneCore’s list include UK based songstress Cleo Sol, and American rapper Angel Haze.

Gigi is no stranger to the American rap community as she as previously collaborated with American rapper Bri Biase. The two worked together on Gigi’s track Mojojojo in 2020.

The Fxck Everybody rapper has already hit the ground running in 2021 and has been opening herself up to more than just music. She recently announced her podcast ‘FU Radio’. She created the platform for women to be able to empower each other and speak freely on certain topics.

Not only is she now a podcast host, she also scored herself an ambassadorial deal with sparkling wine brand Chateu Del Rei.

Gigi has already dropped her first single release of 2021, Fxck Everybody. She mentioned that she was tired of waiting for her team to drop the track and surprised fans with it.

She has told fans that she is set to drop an album in 2021 and has announced a collaboration with fellow powerhouse Nadia Nakai. The two have worked together before so it will be interesting to see what heat the two cook up together.

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