Women In Music Announces “Searching For Paradise” Finalists

The coveted “Searching for Paradise” competition has reached its final stages! Earlier this year, Women in Music South AfricaParadise Sound System and Trace Southern Africa called for all emerging women-identifying artists to be part of the “Searching for Paradise” compilation slated for release this Friday, 29 April 2022. Your finalists and their compilation songs are:

  • Soki Saka – Love Don’t Cost A Thing
  • Don Calya – Our Love
  • La Vita – Amukela
  • Luleka Enn – Ndiyoyika
  • Yashna – Lost
  • Asah M – Phola
  • Mannie – Keep It Real
  • LUYD – Just Be
  • The Blvck Sash – Rain
  • Rosie Leigh – Dlala Ngami
  • The Bridget Pike Experience – Who I Am
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The submitted songs vary from RnB, Pop, Hip-Hop and House Music, each one telling its very own story. The “Searching for Paradise” compilation encompasses what made the competitors fall in love with music and the sacrifice, losses, risks, ambitions for career advancements, and one of their most unforgettable moments that have inspired their continual pursuit of music leading to this pivotal moment in their artistic development.

As the competition nears conclusion, the power lies in the hands of you, the listener. You are urged to keep your ear tuned to your preferred streaming platform, stream and share your favourite song with your friends, as the finalist with the most streams will win the competition and be rewarded with a music video.

Connect with Women In Music on social media for the “Searching For Paradise” compilation release and announcement of the most-streamed song.

Connect with Women In Music:

Facebook: @WomenInMusicSA

Twitter: @WIMSouthAfrica

Instagram: @wimsouthafrica

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