Madida was influenced by songs such as A Cry, A Smile, A Dance by Judith Sephuma, Ndawo Yami by Zamajobe, Work It by Missy Elliot and Don't Touch My Hair by Solange.
"This playlist was inspired by how versatile, dynamic and strong women truly are, and how I'm inspired by different women from all walks of life," Madida, who grew up in Durban, says.
"We need to celebrate how colourful we are as a gender and that we can conquer anything by being uniquely and unapologetically ourselves."
Pretoria-born R&B songbird Elaine, renowned for her hit song You're the One, is all about female bands.
Elaine has selected Independent Women, Pt.1 by Destiny's Child, Creep by TLC and Rain by SWV. For some local African flavour, her go-to songs are I Love Music by Lebo Mathosa, Weekend Special by Brenda Fassie, Rejoice by Bucie, 49-99 by Tiwa Savage and Maradona by Niniola.
"I have put together a playlist of women whom I not only grew up listening to, but young women in music too, who I love and respect.
"Listening to their music makes me feel powerful, inspired, beautiful and reassures me that I am capable of achieving anything and everything," Elaine says.