BLOGGER SPOTLIGHT: MADAME GANDHI

Looking for a femme-focused music and arts blog to follow? Check out Madame Gandhi, a drummer whose mission is to elevate and celebrate the female voice.

Whether it be supporting other female artists, promoting her own music or advocating for human rights, Madame Gandhi is a potent voice that you should pay attention to. Especially in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, you should add reading her blog to your “quarantine routine.”

IMAGE VIA TAYLOR BINI

Based in Los Angeles but a native of New York City, Kiran Gandhi, aka Madame Gandhi, is a singer, percussionist, activist. She is known for her electronic-based sound and fourth-wave feminist perspective. Before her solo career, she toured with M.I.A. as the band’s drummer. You may also know her as the drummer for big name acts such as Krewella, Lizzo and Kehlani.

SMART AND TALENTED?

Gandhi is just as smart as she is talented. She studied Political Science, Mathematics, and Women’s Studies at Georgetown University and then went on to receive a M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. Talk about an all around knock out.

“Madame Gandhi now tours full-time as a musician and speaker. She speaks about fourth-wave feminism, modern gender equality, and menstrual care access and is working on her next album.”

– madamegandhi.blog

Madame Gandhi was recently featured on Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list. Additionally, her “Own Your Voice” TED Talk has been viewed 200,000+ times worldwide. If you want to check out more about this phenomenal woman, her music, and her mission head on over to her blog and website. I promise it does not disappoint.

Oh, and here’s a version of her “Own Your Voice” TED talk. You DO NOT want to miss it:

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