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Dedicated to inclusivity in nightlife, Smirnoff is launching Equalizing Music - a global initiative dedicated to equalising gender representation in the electronic music space and double the number of female festival headliners by 2020.
According to figures published by the company, only 17% of headliners at electronic music festivals in 2016 were women. Furthermore, less than 5% of music producers are women, while only three solo women have ever won the Mercury Prize in its 22-year history. In addition, just 14% of PRS members are women.
Smirnoff has teamed up with the likes of Global, Spotify, The Black Madonna, Live Nation, Fabric and more, to kick start the Equalising Music drive - aimed at establishing gender parity across the music industry, with a key focus on the electronic sector.Discover More Watch the Trailer
So why are there so few female DJs…and why don't we know about them?
James O'Brien talks to Leila Fataar, Head of Culture and Entertainment at Smirnoff's parent company, Diageo about the lack of parity in this area of the music industry.Watch the Video