Celebrating International Women’s Day

Gopuff delivers Wireless is celebrating International Women’s Day, we’re spotlighting a selection of the emerging women making waves in the scene and set to play at Finsbury Park.


Emerging out of Lagos, Nigeria, Ayra Starr has treated us listeners to soulful music on ambient afrobeat percussion. Starr’s ascenion to stardom has been accelerated by achieving TikTok notoriety, captivating her audiences with her artistry. On the track ‘Brigertn’ Ayra Starr tackles issues young people face in Nigeria such as Police Brutality.


Tiffany Calver is a force to be reckoned with the first-ever female host of ‘The Rap Show’ on BBC Radio 1 and sold out ‘Tiffany Calver & Friends’ shows to add to the list of achievements. Tiffany is no stranger to celebrating culture and championing new artists before they blow, providing clearer pathways for upcoming musicians to connect with their fans. In 2021, she launched No Requests, a record label that’s “set up to be able to tap into the resources” of major distributors and labels.


Entrepreneur and DJ Cuppy, is helping talent in Africa grow and prosper. She decided to set up Red Velvet Music Group, a company in Lagos and London with her female manager. The goal of the group is to enable opportunities for African artists to deliver content worldwide.