The Feminist Internet is, as usual, scrambling to decide: empowering, or not empowering? If anyone had actually been paying attention to Nicki all these years, they’d already know the answer.
Lesbian rapper Siya joins the ranks of women featured on Oxygen network’s new show Sisterhood of Hip Hop.
“Pump it, crank it, spin it / I’mma get Ani DiFrank for a minute”
Dirty Gold release date, cover art, song and lyric video. Are you a puddle on the floor yet?
The song is part of her upcoming and much-awaited mixtape, “Spirit Finger Gazebo,” which until recently often felt like a distant dream.
Don’t fire me for being fabulous.
“At the end of the day, they just want to be heard.”
Everyone has to step aside: Sosan Firooz is the baddest bitch.
I had the opportunity to (virtually) sit down with Hesta (aka Julie Potash) and found out how to be a rapper and how to work with Jay-Z. The secret? Just be as amazing as Hesta Prynn.
Let’s take a video-guided tour of the movement called ‘female rap’ with appearances by Salt-n-Pepa, Aaliyah, Lil’ Kim and more! Also, there’s a playlist.
Carmen’s Team Pick: It was July 6, 2012. It was just another day on UpWorthy. And then, there was Nicki Minaj.
From Detroit to NOLA to NYC, there are gay, bisexual, lesbian, trans, and queer artists who are making seriously awesome stuff everywhere, so let’s give them their due.
Here’s a league of talented female MCs who deserve your attention.
Banks is an anti-glamour loudmouth chasing big-time success without mercy or apology, because, let’s face it, who has time to apologize when you’re becoming famous this fucking fast?