The Sorority's "SRTY" Is an Anthem for Every Day

pHoenix Pagliacci, Keysha Freshh, Lex Leosis and Haviah Mighty drop their first single and visual in advance of their album, "Pledge," coming April 13.

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Another year, another International Women's Day and another milestone for Toronto's The Sorority, who just dropped their first single and video as they prepare to release their first album, Pledge, in April. 

If you've been following the group—made up of pHoenix Pagliacci, Keysha Freshh, Lex Leosis and Haviah Mighty—you'll know that they formed after appearing in a cypher together on IWD 2016. Last year they blessed us with their "Ladies Night" update, and this year they release "SRTY" in both audio and visual form.  The track was produced by Toronto's EveKey with Composite Film directed the accompanying video. 

The video sees the group taking control of a house and tying up the male inhabitants before inviting their crew over for a massive party. “The video creatively bridges our unique styles and the record showcases our lyrical ability," Keysha told Noisey of the visual treatment. "We wanted to create a visual complement to our lyrics." Peep "SRTY" above and be sure to purchase or stream Pledge when it drops on April 13. 

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