Events

Madame Rap itinerant residence in Seine-Saint-Denis is postponed

Due to current circumstances and the coronavirus pandemic, Madame Rap regrets to inform you that its itinerant residence in Seine-Saint-Denis is postponed until further notice.  The concerts of Ryaam and Le Juiice on March 27 at La Peche, Vicky R, Illustre and La Gale on April 10 at Mains d’Oeuvres and Tribade on April 25 … Continue reading “Madame Rap itinerant residence in Seine-Saint-Denis is postponed”

CANCELLED / Vicky R + Illustre + La Gale concerts

As part of its itinerant residence in Seine-Saint-Denis, Madame Rap organizes  a concert of Vicky R, Illustre and La Gale on April 10, 2020 at Mains d’Oeuvres in Saint-Ouen ! Vicky R (Lille, France) Illustre (Clermont-Ferrand, France) La Gale (Switzerland) → Buy tickets   → Check out the Facebook event

CANCELLED / Ryaam + Le Juiice concert

As part of its itinerant residence in Seine-Saint-Denis, Madame Rap organizes  a cypher and a concert on March 27, 2020 at 8:30PM at La Pêche à Montreuil !  8:30PM : Femcees Cypher Led by DJ OG Laurastafari with Kenny Curly, Bry’O, Lylice + Esthr, Pearly + MBK Doe and Turtle White. 9:45PM : Concerts Ryaam … Continue reading “CANCELLED / Ryaam + Le Juiice concert”

CANCELLED / Tribade concert

As part of its itinerant residence in Seine-Saint-Denis, Madame Rap organizes an event dedicated to queer and lesbian female rappers on April 25, 2020 at Le 6b in Saint-Denis! 7PM : Panel discussion : Does lesbian rap really exist? Where the hell are lesbians in rap music? Largely missing from the French scene, they remain … Continue reading “CANCELLED / Tribade concert”

Panel discussion “Is rap a political tool?”

As part of its itinerant residence in Seine-Saint-Denis, Madame Rap organizes the panel discussion “Is rap a political tool?” on February,28, 2020 at 7PM at La Maison Populaire in Montreuil !  Protests, strikes, wars, economic crisis, refugees, police brutality, LGBT+ and women’s rights, several rap movements have always denounced social injustice and repression. In 2020, … Continue reading “Panel discussion “Is rap a political tool?””

DJing/beatmaking workshops for kids

As part of its itinerant residence in Seine-Saint-Denis, Madame Rap organizes DJing/beatmaking workshops for kids during the winter holidays ! Led by DJ/producer Kelyboy with Mains d’Œuvres and La MOMO! The workshops aim to : explain the origins of the practice; give the participants technical fundamentals; create a mix/a track; show that DJing and beatmaking … Continue reading “DJing/beatmaking workshops for kids”

The program of Madame Rap itinerant residence in Seine-Saint-Denis

Launched in October 2019, Madame Rap itinerant residence in Seine-Saint-Denis continues this year! Check out the program of the different events, which is regularly completed and updated.  WORKSHOPS February 10-14: Beatmaking/DJing workshops for kids led by Kelyboy with La MOMO at the collège Joséphine Baker (Saint-Ouen). April 21-June 2: Rap writing workshops led by Juste … Continue reading “The program of Madame Rap itinerant residence in Seine-Saint-Denis”

Carte Blanche to Madame Rap at 2 Pièces Cuisine

As part of its itinerant residence in Seine-Saint-Denis, Madame Rap organizes an event dedicated to women/LBT+ rappers on November 9, 2019 at 7PM at 2 Pièces Cuisine in Blanc-Mesnil ! 7PM : Panel discussion « Is rap dangerous for our youth? »  Sexism, violence, apology of drugs and cult of money… Rap music, criticized for forty years … Continue reading “Carte Blanche to Madame Rap at 2 Pièces Cuisine”

INTERSECTIONS, the festival that showcases women, queer and trans people

For the second year, Madame Rap is one of the official partners of INTERSECTIONS! The festival moves into L’Embobineuse in Marseille from April 26 to 28 to showcase women, queer, trans and racialized people often negated or underrepresented on the music scene.  During three days, concerts, stand-up shows, exhibitions, debates, workshops, screenings, performances and DJ … Continue reading “INTERSECTIONS, the festival that showcases women, queer and trans people”

Conference – Women and rap, deconstructing stereotypes

Conference “Women and rap, deconstructing stereotypes” for high school students organized by the association Da Storm in Paloma in Nîmes on March 22, 2019.

Call Me Femcee International Show, an all-female concert

For International Women’s Day, the collective Call Me Femcee puts the spotlight on female rappers at the Scene du Canal in Paris with Madame Rap as an official partner! Get ready for an all-female line-up with: Tunisian femcee Medusa TN Belgian duo Kab & Lipass and for the first time in France, Mexican and feminist MC Audry Funk. But … Continue reading “Call Me Femcee International Show, an all-female concert”

Panel discussion – Women in the music industry

Panel discussion at Sciences Po Paris, February 5, 2019. With: • Chilla, artist • Éloïse Bouton, journalist, founder of Madame Rap • Mathilde Cottebrune, director of international development, Universal Music France • Sébastien de Gasquet, chief administrative officer, Universal Music France • Faustine Kopiejwski, journalist, co-founder of Cheek Magazine • Sophie Rosemont, journalist, writer of Girls Rock • … Continue reading “Panel discussion – Women in the music industry”

Conference – Rap and feminism

Conference at Sciences Po Bordeaux, January 21, 2019 What’s the link between rap and feminism? Rap is often criticized for its sexism. For Éloïse Bouton, hip hop and feminism are not incompatible: that’s what she will talk about in her conference! See the Facebook event

Panel discussion – Women turn up the volume

Panel discussion in Rennes organized by H/F Bretagne and the Transmusicales de Rennes, December 8, 2018. This panel discussion aims to highlight a few invisible women. Which strategies do they implement? Which obstacles do they have to overcome? How can we use the tools they built to make gender equality move forward efficiently in our … Continue reading “Panel discussion – Women turn up the volume”

Debate – The role of women in hip hop

Debate at the Solidarités festival in Namur, Belgium, August 25, 2018  Since hip hop was born at the end of the 1970’s in the Bronx in New York, the movement has been male-dominated. But with time, women made their way into hip hop and many female artists now have the success they deserve… See the … Continue reading “Debate – The role of women in hip hop”

Panel discussion – The role of women in rock and hip hop

Panel discussion at the Le Cabaret Vert Festival in Charleville Mézières, August 24, 2018 See the Facebook event

Conference – Why I am a feminist and I love hip hop

Conference in Brest at Badseeds Recordshop organized by Boogie Down during the Uptown Sessions festival, June 8, 2018. See the Facebook event

Madame Rap at Les Femmes S’en Melent #21

For the second year, Madame Rap is pleased to team up with Les Femmes S’en Mêlent festival ! See you in Paris at La Machine du Moulin Rouge : – March 15 for a panel discussion at the Bar à Bulles about “Rap, a space of freedom for women?”, hosted by Éloïse Bouton with: – Stélyna (rapper) – D’ de Kabal (co-founder of the 1990’s rap … Continue reading “Madame Rap at Les Femmes S’en Melent #21”