Hollywood inhabitant Nora Rothman liberated her lullaby “Lilies” (QRTR Remix) on Laura Brehm‘s imprint Electric Bird Records. New York City Absinthe Party producer QRTR’s ambient/chillout “Lilies” edit underlines Rothman’s sensual scream. Rothman has raised Teen Vogue, Paste and The Deli Magazine and EARMILK readers’ eyebrows with a proactive approach to increase the measly 9.3% of Grammy nominated womxn.

“Throughout my career as a musician, I’d noticed a common trope: female singer, male producer,” said Rothman. “Female singer, male band. Female singer, male label executive. Female singer, male manager. So many of the artists I admired, had a man ‘running the show.'”

The actress, creative writer and Ivy League graduate positioned herself in politics as a Hilary Clinton for President Field Organizer. Once Trump took the stage, she focused on fighting gender inequality using a universal language, music. She is donating 50% of the April 20 Nora Rothman remix EP earnings to Planned Parenthood and will exclusively collaborate with female-identifying artists such as Birch, Suzi Analogue, Ah-Mer-Ah-Su, Areeba Siddique and Libra Rising.

Purchase “Lilies” (QRTR Remix) and pre-order the Nora Rothman remix EP here.

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