Alter Festival



Aunty Rayzor’s sound is mischievous and chaotic with an air of absolute control. It roars in your face then flirts with you from across the room, winding its waist and stomping its feet. Rayzor’s musical roots were planted quite innocently when she started singing in church as a child, writing her own songs at just nine years old. But after a lengthy and brutal education in Nigera’s underground rap scene, Rayzor’s flow has grown to be provocative in more ways than one. Her teeth lacerate producers’ beats before she chews them up and spits them out into a mangled sonic marvel. Her hooks pierce deep into your flesh and her rhythms are unwaveringly danceable. As one of Nigeria’s most ruthless emerging artists, Rayzor adds to a growing movement redefining what it means to be punk.