Women in Hip Hop

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  • Remy Ma
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  • Foxy Brown
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  • DJ Spinderella
  • Nicki Minaj

Lil Kim

In 1996, a couple of girls changed the face of hip hop, especially for female MCs. Lil Kim was one of those women. With her sexually-tinged rhymes, Lil Kim proved that sex sells in hip hop too.

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