For decades, women have put their knowledge, blood, and sweat into the development of our societies, only to be looked down on and belittled by the very society they have helped make great. However, they are not allowing the patriarchal system to rob them of their glory, appreciation, and recognition.

While others excel in politics, business, administration, and tech, some are not only excelling in the arts and entertainment space but are using their platform to celebrate and empower others.

Woman Cover – Queen Drie
Woman Cover – Queen Drie

One such woman is Ghanaian rapper, singer, and songwriter Queen Drie, who over the years has continued to use her music to amplify the works of women and celebrate them for their impact in creating a safer and better society for not just women and girls but everyone else.

“I buy my own diamonds, and I buy my own rings. If I’m in the club, then I buy the whole drink. Never need a man for a motherfucking thing.”

Queen Drie

In her new song “Woman,” produced by Blindforlove and Frank Moses, Drie celebrates and encourages women to not allow themselves to be belittled but to recognize that they are the ones that run the world and, as such, must own that and take care of their own lives.

See also  Introducing the Top 10 Finalists of Miss Malaika Ghana 2023, Set for Grand Finale on November 24th

“I buy my own diamonds, and I buy my own rings. If I’m in the club, then I buy the whole drink. Never need a man for a motherfucking thing.”

Stream “Woman” by Queen Drie out now on all streaming platforms.

About Queen Drie

Queen Drie is an award-winning Ghanaian-American musical artist residing in Chicago, IL USA.

As a poet, who battled with her mental health and had a strong desire to make a positive impact on art and the culture surrounding it, Queen Drie embarked on her music career in February 2020 with her first record, “Testimony”, reflecting on her life experience thus far.

Queen Drie’s music is a unique reflection of her diverse socio-cultural background. Having spent her childhood in Ghana before settling in Chicago, she draws inspiration from these contrasting experiences.

This fusion of cultures and influences are evident in her music, which seamlessly blends genres such as Hip-Hop, Afrobeats, and R&B. She recently won the Afro Artist of the Year award at the 312 Music Awards for her contributions to Afrobeats in Chicago’s vibrant music culture.

See also  Boomplay and TikTok Partner to Amplify African Music

Queen Drie’s talent has resonated with listeners in over 170 countries. Within a short span of four years, she has garnered a growing audience in Ghana, Chicago, Brazil, Italy, and Nigeria.

She has also performed at various shows in Chicago including opening for Tiwa Savage at House of Blues Chicago (2023) and performing at the Hyde Park Summer Fest where she performed alongside acts like Libianca, 2Chainz, Tobe Nwigwe, etc.

Queen Drie’s versatility, consistency, and growth has positioned her to be one of the most promising artists to watch.

See Photos of Queen Drie