Roxanne Shante "Roxanne's Revenge"
Ladies Night: Dopest Videos By Female Rappers
Salt-n-Pepa "Push It"
Queen Latifah "Ladies First"
Cookie Crew "Born This Way"
Queen Latifah "U-N-I-T-Y"
The Fugees "Ready or Not"
Yo Yo "You Can't Play With My Yo Yo"
HWA (Hoes With Attitude) "I Ain't No Lady"
JJ Fad "Supersonic"
HWA (Hoes With Attitude) "Funk Me"
Oaktown 357 "Juicy Gotcha Krazy"
Queen Pen "Party Ain't A Party"
Mia X "I'mma Shine"
L'Trimm "Cars That Go Boom"
Missy Elliot "Hot Boyz"
Sweet Tee "On The Smooth Tip"
La Chat "U Ain't Mad Iz Ya"
Lady of Rage "Afro Puffs"
Eve "Let Me Blow Ya Mind" featuring Gwen Stefani
Monie Love "Monie In The Middle"
Sole "4,5,6" featuring J.T. Money and Kandi Burruss
Khia "My Neck, My Back"
Nikki D "Lettin' Off Steam"
Lil Mama "Lip Gloss"
Crime Mob "Stillettos [Pumps] featuring Miss Aisha
Angie Martinez "If I Could Go" featuring Lil Mo and Sacario
Eve "Who's That Girl"
Miss Melodie "Live On Stage"
Nikki D "Daddy's Little Girl"
Cookie Crew "Love Will Bring Us Back Together"
TLC "Hat 2 Da Back"
Benzino Shot While Attending His Mother's Funeral [Update: Benzino’s Nephew Pleads Not Guilty, Claims Self-Defense]
Benzino, now occasionally known as Zino Grigio, was shot multiple times while he was leaving his mother's funeral outside of Boston.
HNHH pays homage the women of hip hop for Women's History Month.
"This is ladies night and our rhymes is tight, oh this is ladies night...," Missy Elliott sang on the 1997 hit track, "Ladies Night" that she collaborated on with Angie Martinez, Lil Kim, Left Eye and Da Brat. The song was featured on the "Nothing to Lose" soundtrack. Just as the MCs mentioned above occupied space and declared their reign on "Ladies Night", women rappers have been doing the same in Hip Hop culture ever since it was started in the Bronx.
From Roxanne Shante to Salt-n-Pepa to Lil Kim to Angel Haze, these rhyme spitters have given their take on unity, relationships, independence, sexual freedom,money, agency, partying, the hood and more. HNHH couldn't let Women's History Month end without paying homage to the women in Hip Hop who have helped contribute to the genre and culture. So in no particular order, we've compiled a list of the dopest rap videos by women. If we've missed some of your favorites, share in the comments section.