Veteran femcee Rah Digga last popped up on your news feeds last week for saying that she doesn't consider Iggy Azalea "Hip-Hop." Today, she gets back to the music on a track dedicated to a woman who was around before hip-hop, but no doubt exemplified the traits that would go on to define the genre. Angela Davis, a political activist, scholar and author who was a prominent activist during the Civil Rights movement in the '60s, inspires this track, which is named after her.
Like most Digga joints, "Angela Davis" consists of a boom bap beat and vicious rapping.
Y'all worried 'bout your stylists, worry 'bout your talents
Build up your valence, expandin' your palettes
Better find you a balance, 'else that homecoming won't be
As turnt up as Howard's