Nedda Sou is an Amsterdam-based interdisciplinary maker and DJ driven by a desire to break down barriers and establish honest role models. Growing up in The Hague in a mixed-race Moroccan household, young Nedda struggled to find a sense of belonging until she found club culture. Moroccan pop, funk and traditional Arabic music blasted from the kitchen radio and at family gatherings, but it was the emotion of Moroccan hip hop cuts on cassette passed on to her by a French cousin that first truly captured her musical attention. Her selections are melodic, bassy, sometimes grimy, sometimes sing-along, usually house or techno and always creating motion on the dance floor. She has a no bullshit approach to uniting people in and outside the club under one groove.