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INANA / Jeanny / Mag-DMiss BunPun / Nora Mazu / RawCat / Snessia


Musically, iNANA stands for a mixture of triphop from the 90s to modern "bedroom" producing of the 2010s. Trappy beats and strong vocals meet vocal sampling, pitched down vocals and spherical-deepe harmonies. iN∆N∆'s roots are in Vienna, musically she found herself in Brooklyn/NYC. Her homebase, both musically and geographically, is, by her own admission, "somewhere and something between Vienna and Berlin."

At iNANA's live show, she fascinates not only with her voice, but by playing and operating the electronic instruments MPC, pads, buttons and knobs on stage herself.
In 2018 her EP "How is The Air" (produced by Iva Zabkar) was released on "Beatzarilla" and August 2021 the first single release "Tears Dry" from her first solo LP.

In the single "Tears Dry" (prod. by Iva Zabkar) iNANA features singer and producer Anna Schauberger aka "The Unused Word". The song was chosen by the TV series "Die Macht der Kränkung" produced by ORF and ARD for the final series and an adapted version with additional strings of the Filmorchester Babelsberg, will also be released at the end of August 2021 on Beatzarilla. For 2022, the first solo album "I'm here" and three more single releases are planned.


Jeanny is a singer/songwriter who combines light beats with a soulful voice and catchy melodies. Her music is characterized by pop and rap influences and tells stories from everyday life. With her authentic style and captivating lyrics, she succeeds in captivating her listeners.

The musical accompaniment to Jeanny's songs is always characterized by guitar sounds, which gives her music its very own, authentic character. Her lyrics are profound, honest and touch the hearts of her listeners. Jeanny manages to tell her stories with remarkable ease, creating a connection with her audience.

She lives in Vienna and performs live both with her band and as a solo artist. 

With her music, Jeanny creates an atmosphere in which listeners can find themselves and be carried away. Her songs tell stories that are taken from life and express feelings and thoughts. 


Mag-D war als Rapperin mit zahlreichen Auftritten schon in allen bekannten Wiener Locations, auf diversen österreichischen Festivals und auch in der Schweiz und Deutschland in den letzten 20 Jahren zu sehen. In dieser Zeit wurden auch einige Alben und Features (unter anderem mit Kid Pex und Ms Def, auf deren Solo-Alben sie vertreten ist) released. Mit ihrer ehemaligen Crew MTS gabs einige Videos auf Youtube, ein Track davon ist auch auf einer FM4-Soundselection vertreten, und sie waren beim Protestsongcontest und gewannen den Austrian Newcomer Award. Auch die Kollabo-Single “Mehr”, die mit bekannten Kolleginnen wie Yasmo, Miss Bunpun und Ms Def entstanden ist, schaffte es ins Finale des Protestsongcontests 2019.

Jetzt kehrt sie nach ca. 20 Jahren HipHop wieder zu ihrem musikalischen Beginn Dancehall/Ragga zurück, um auch hier mehr female Power in den Sound zu bringen!

Dieser Sound schafft es, sie wieder zu inspirieren, weil er durch seine positive Stimmung und den kraftvollen Rhythmen direkt ins Herz, den Bauch und durch Mark und Bein geht, sodass man einfach nur aufspringen und tanzen will! Und das durch Mag-D dann auch zu Texten, die Frauen feiern können – kein Sexismus, keine Sexualisierung, sondern Empowerment!

Miss BunPun

Miss BunPun combines hip hop beats with distinctive R'n'B vocals and cheeky rap. She clearly uses the two poles of singing and rapping to show the multifaceted nature of her voice.

Her self-produced beats make the walls vibrate in the club, catchy melodies and the focus on the rhythm make the music danceable. Diversity and variety is very important to the experienced musician and so she uses different black music genres such as old school hip hop, neo-soul, grime or Afro beats.

Miss BunPun's lyrics stand for empowering, are queer-feminist, anti-racist and critical of society. She creates awareness for topics like body positivity/neutrality, LGBTQIA+ or patriarchal structures and wants to call on people to stand up against any kind of discrimination with her music. She loosens up these partly very serious topics with her positive energy and charisma. The result: dope songs with a pull for content.

Nora Mazu

A pioneer of rap in Austria comes with the first English EP with a clear and strong message - the title says it all: "Here & Wow" and celebrates optimism & community, awareness & playfulness in tracks like "Atta Girl" - an ode to the "just do it" mentality on an electronic club track or "Queendom" to female energy and sisterhood.

Nora Mazu lives these messages and wraps her yogic philosophy in rap and rave, building a bridge between the two worlds - how to be sustainably healthy and cool, aware and yet free. Without esoteric statements but with realness and feminism, as in her interactive live show "Rap Ritual Love Ceremony".


Squirrrrrt! Squirrrrrt! Squirrrrrt!
Hold on to your panties, it's getting wet!
RawCat turns on full and heats up!
The musician from Vienna unpacks her rap, singing and beatbox skills and makes the dancefloor sweat 🙂
In stylish outfits, she raps and sings groovy lyrics over self-produced beats and her loopstation sound. 
Equality, feminism, and women's sexual liberation are important themes addressed in her lyrics.
With her queer-feminist songs "Free Ya Tittz", "Mösenbüro" and "Masturbation" she spreads good vibes and makes all booties shake!
Grab ya pussy, it's getting hot!


Snessia stands for tolerance, honesty and female empowerment - her motto: rap that discriminates against women has no place in hip hop. In addition to her voluntary work at Beatzarilla, Snessia organizes various concert events in Linz together with the live electronic DJ "Unrat", where special attention is paid to booking FLINTA* people.

At their live performances, Snessia and Unrat impress with a concentrated load of energy, spot-on lyrics and pumping beats. You can find the current live dates here:

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