We're fiending for some new music from these women. Happy International Women's Day.
In light of International Women's Day, we've decided to round up some fire female artists that we simply NEED to drop something soon for our souls. There are without a doubt some great female emcees that have succeed in hip-hop - Missy Elliott, Aaliyah, Salt n Pepa, Eve, Mary J. Blige, Lil Kim, Lauryn Hill and so much more, but we also know that for every female artist there are about five males in comparison.
A few years ago (before Trump ever planned to run for Office) Nicki Minaj used him as an example of how women are looked at in the limelight.
"When I am assertive, I'm a bitch. When a man is assertive, he's a boss. He bossed up. No negative connotation behind 'bossed up.' But lots of negative connotation behind being a bitch," she said. "Donald Trump can say, 'You're fired.' Let Martha Stewart run her company the same way and be the same way. [People will say] 'Fucking old evil bitch!' But Donald Trump, he gets to hang out with young bitches and have 50 different wives and just be cool. 'Oh, Donald, we love you, Donald Trump!' "
Even Beyonce previously touched on the topic. "You know, equality is a myth, and for some reason, everyone accepts the fact that women don't make as much money as men do. I don't understand that. Why do we have to take a backseat?"
Take these statements from our current hip-hop rappers and singers as a true sign that women have had enough and peep our list of just a few ladies that need to release more music for women to shine on the map.