Who doesn't love the 90s? Females in hip-hop during the 90s was a time to be alive. With so many different voices and styles, women in hip-hop showed unity through their love of the art.
Check out the dope interview featuring Missy Elliot, Lil' Kim, and Lisa "Left-Eye" Lopes backstage
Remy Ma & Lil Kim have more in common than just their intense dislike for Nicki Minaj.
The New York MC's are hip-hop vets and now have a new record together titled "Wake Me Up."
Photos of the two rappers in the studio appeared on Instagram in September. It was apparent
It looks like the beef between Remy Ma and Nicki Minaj isn't going to end anytime soon.
During 2017 Summer Jam concert on June 11, Remy had images of Minaj projected onto the screen behind her as she performed “Shether.”
However, Remy Ma did show some unity among females in hip-hop by bringing
Lil Kim and Puff Daddy perform "No Time" on Showtime at the Apollo!
Check it out below.
Hip-Hop is not all about beef. In 1997, five women proved that with the single "Ladies Night." The song was a big hit in the U.S. and is certified platinum by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America). The ladies performed the record at the 1997 VMA's and showed
THIS IS LADIES NIGHT!
The 2016 VH1 Hip-Hop Honors honored the legendary ladies of hip-hop. From Queen Latifah, Missy Elliott, Salt-N-Pepa, and Lil Kim, it was evident on Monday night that it was ladies night. VH1 Hip-Hop Honors debuted in 2004 honoring rappers who have made their mark in hip-hop.
I CAN DO WHAT YOU DO, EASY, BELIEVE ME!-LAURYN HILL
Being a female rapper is not an easy task. An industry dominated by men, female rappers have broken barriers in the world of hip-hop. Queen Latifah, Lauryn Hill, MC Lyte, Missy Elliot and Left-Eye all have made a powerful impact in