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Dreamy Lyricism with a Clever Rap Undertone, Mackenta Presents “The Boys Club”



Toronto-based recording artist Mackenta first hit the music scene with the release of her singles, “Issues” and “No Finesse” which attracted the attention from Noisey, The Source, and OVO Sound Radio.

Having found the perfect combination of dreamy lyricism with a clever rap undertone, Mackenta’s vocals and idyllic song writing win every time. Having found her stride with her EP’s “Over the Influence” and “When the Poison Drained,” Mackenta learned what suits her and excelled at it.

With the Toronto music industry being a very male-dominated scene, it’s important for young female artists to break in and pave the way for the future generation of women in the industry. Mackenta’s latest release, “The Boys Club” draws a line between satisfaction and discontent within society today. Mackenta releases a new era of songwriting with this track as she expertly tells her story.

Unlike many artists, Mackenta can take jabs at herself and exude a playful energy in the process; as her line “my toxic trait is imma blame it on my sign, sometimes I fall in love too fast cuz I’m a cancer, sometimes I shake my ass like a dancer.”

Having already been able to show such undeniable talent with only the release of a few singles, Mackenta is not far behind from joining Savannah Ré and Jessie Reyez as the face behind young Canadian female artistry.

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