Posted by , Nov 24, 2014 at 02:55pm
HNHH takes a look at the Motor City's women in hip hop.

With the swift rise of Detroit’s DeJ Loaf, one would wonder what other talent the Motor City is harboring. Many dope artists, who have garnered mainstream success have hailed from Detroit, such as J. Dilla, Big Sean, Eminem, Danny Brown, Kid Rock, Angel Haze, Madonna, Slum Village and a few others. But the overnight success of DeJ Loaf has made her rise very interesting to watch. Her hit single, “Try Me,” garnered the rapper-singer a record deal with Columbia Records and a myriad of live shows across the United States. She also just recently graced the coveted couches of BET’s 106 and Park. Due to her success, HNHH has decided to take a look at other women in hip hop from the Motor City-- so no, you will not find DeJ Loaf on this list, as her success has become ubiquitous. Instead, check out seven other female rappers from the D.

7 Female Rappers From Detroit

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HNHH takes a look at the Motor City's women in hip hop.


With the swift rise of Detroit’s DeJ Loaf, one would wonder what other talent the Motor City is harboring. Many dope artists, who have garnered mainstream success have hailed from Detroit, such as J. Dilla, Big Sean, Eminem, Danny Brown, Kid Rock, Angel Haze, Madonna, Slum Village and a few others. But the overnight success of DeJ Loaf has made her rise very interesting to watch. Her hit single, “Try Me,” garnered the rapper-singer a record deal with Columbia Records and a myriad of live shows across the United States. She also just recently graced the coveted couches of BET’s 106 and Park. Due to her success, HNHH has decided to take a look at other women in hip hop from the Motor City-- so no, you will not find DeJ Loaf on this list, as her success has become ubiquitous. Instead, check out seven other female rappers from the D.

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