Egyptian musician Perrie El Hariri, better known by her stage name Perrie, has established herself as a key figure in the local music industry thanks to her astute poetry and tenacious approach.
The budding rapper first ventured to try her hand at rapping in 2019, releasing her debut single, the English-language ‘Kendrick Says,’ a work that she produced, mixed, and mastered herself. She started out to improve her native language with the goal of transferring her developing rhyming abilities to Arabic. Since then, she hasn’t turned back.
She is a rare example of a female rapper breaking through the ceiling of Egypt’s rap industry, having worked with the likes of producer Wezza Montaser, and Shaabi icon Ortega, and considers Abyusif as a mentor. For the Egyptian-Moroccan, it’s been a short but unforgettable journey, but it’s only getting started.
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