#InternationalWomen’sDay: 5 Women Redefining The Genre Of Hip-Hop

#InternationalWomen’sDay: 5 Women Redefining The Genre Of Hip-Hop

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Here’s to all the bad*ss women, shattering the glass ceiling! We stan you all QUEENS!

It’s one things to make it in this game, but it’s a whole other to continue to stay relevant. To be a woman in today’s world, especially in hip-hop is no easy task. So we wanted to highlight some boss ladies who are proving that you don’t have to look just one way, have a certain body type or even a certain sound to be a chart topper!

#1 Lizzo:
This queen is showing the world that hip-hop is NOT one size fits all. And whether you like it or not, she’s speaking her truth and looking good while doing it!

#2 Megan Thee Stallion:
In the short time she’s been on the scene, this Stallion has rapped her way into our hearts and our heads. Everything she touches, turns to gold, literally! Name a Megan song that’s NOT a bop??? We’ll wait!

#3: Doja Cat:
She started with “Moo” and now we have Hot Pink. Doja Cat is the definition of a genre bender and she’s putting on for all the ladies who don’t want to be put in a box when it comes to their art!

#4 Beyonce:
Need we say more??? She’s an artist, songwriter, dancer, producer and actress. And she SLAYS every.single. one. Last year she starred in the voice over role of Nala, for the remake of The Lion King, and produced and curated The Lion King: The Gift, an album released alongside the film. The movie is now the highest-grossing animated film of all-time, the second highest-grossing film of 2019, and the seventh-highest grossing film of all-time. SHE DID THAT!

Beyonce Knowles-Carter attends the European Premiere of Disney's "The Lion King" at Odeon Luxe Leicester Square on July 14, 2019 in London, England.

#5 Nicki Minaj:
Honey!!! Can you say CAREER LONGEVITY??? Just when we think we’ve seen it all Nicki Minaj reminds us why she’s the queen! Since dropping her most recent single “Yikes”, she is currently the female artist with the most entries in Billboard Hot 100 history and the first female rapper to debut at #1 on the Digital Song Sales chart with a solo track.

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