Top 7 Lady Artists to Look Out For


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Despite Hip Hop being a male-dominated sport, lady artists are making their voices heard louder than ever, and these up & coming special seven (no particular order) are making their mark on the mic.

  1.  Omeretta the Great

From: Atlanta, GA

The loud and proud ATL native speaks with a rapid-fire rap flow that could make a beanstalk giant run and hide.

Songs to check for: Sorry for the Wait, Do Too Much, Sorry NOT Sorry.

2. Rocky Badd

From: Detroit, Mi

         Stiletto street rap that’s not for the sensitive ear.

Songs to check for: Life’s Great, BADD, Overdose

3. Nappy Nina

From: Oakland, CA

This Oaktown native’s rap flow on the surface gives coffee shop vibes but with lowkey eclectic wordplay. 

Songs to check for: Wanted, Pig Pen, Good to Me.

4. Mother Nature

From: Chicago, IL

Klevah and TRUTH are two chemistry-matched MCs with limitless potential because of their highly versatile rhyme skill set.

Songs to check for: Momentz, Moortalz, CLOUDZ

5. Flo Milli

From: Mobile, Al

So, picture the annoying high school petty popular girl now bossed up, grown and spitting bars about how your boyfriend is in her DMs, and you got Flo Milli.

Songs to check for: Beef FloMix, Send the Addy/May I, In the Party

6. Baby Tate

From: Atlanta, GA

An unapologetic rapper with sexually empowered rhymes and a dope ear for heavy baseline dance beats.

Songs to check for: S.H.O., I AM, Dungarees

7. Tierra Whack

From: Philadelphia, PA

Wordsmith storyteller who’s lyrically soulful no matter if the track is happy, sad, or weird.

Songs to check for: Stand Up, Meagan Good, Unemployed

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J Hall is a Detroit bred Howard Bison multimedia culture critic. An abstract thinker who believes “You ain’t wrong when you’re right,” and that his mother’s cupcakes are legendary. Check out his slight worldwide view here:

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