6 Female MCs We Should Pay Attention to in 2019

Meg Thee Stallion

Born and raised in Houston, TX, Megan is best known for her freestyle, Stalli (Freestyle). She gained popularity after a video of her beating a fellow male MC in a rap battle while she was attending PVAMU.

Oranicuhh, gained notoriety after her response to J. Cole’s, 1985, went viral. She also gained the attention of Erykah Badu and Jada Pinkett Smith where they asked if she’s the God female MC we’ve been searching for.

Rapsody began her career at NCSU, where she joined hip-hop collective H20 and its spinoff group, Kooley High, despite not ever rapping before.

Known as the, “Princess of Chicago Rap,” Dreezy began rapping at a young age to escape issues that a number of teens face.

American rapper and poet, in 2019, she gained recognition following her appearance on the track “Lost” from Chance the Rapper mixtape Acid Rap.

Born and raised in Detroit, Kash Doll worked several jobs to include the entertainment industry as an exotic dancer, sometimes making $26K a night. In 2014, Kash made a remix to Tinashe’s 2 On, that gained popularity.

I remember stumbling upon Saweetie before the fame and the 1 + million followers. I think she was probably at 500K and I stumbled because I had found out she once dated Keith Powers. She became popular after her debut single ‘Icy Girl,’ went viral.

Composed of members Yung Miami and JT. In May 2018, they released their first album, Period and in November 2018, they released their second album, Girl Code. They were also featured on Drake’s In My Feelings, which probably contributed heavily to their popularity.

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