Rap music has been around for decades and has changed substantially over time. Some of the influential artists include Queen Latifah, Lauryn Hill, Salt n Pepa, Lil’ Kim, Missy Elliott, Eve, Mary J Blige, and so many more. Here are our favorite female rappers. First, make sure you sign up now and start playing your favorite best aussie online casino games for massive real money wins.
She got her big break at 17 years old when she signed to LaFace Records and released the platinum-selling single ‘Work It’ which went on to hit number 3 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart making it one of the biggest hits of 1993. She also followed this up with the gold-selling album “Supafly” featuring the US top 10 smash single ‘Get Back Up Again’ as well as a cover of Bob Dylan’s classic track ‘Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door’.
The Bronx native and former member of the group The Luniz was arguably hip hop’s most controversial figure during the late 1990s and early 2000s. Kim is known for having made an impact by being the first female rapper to have her own song appear on the Billboard Hot 100 since Mariah Carey (with 1995’s ‘I’ll Be There For You)’. She achieved this feat with ‘Not Tonight’, from her second studio release: Get Money, Stay Rich… And Famous.
One of the best all-around performers of the ’90s, this Detroit-born R&B artist started out singing backroom backup vocals in groups like 2 Live Crew before launching a solo career in 1992 that saw her achieve two Grammy Awards nominations. Her debut album All Hail The Queen released in 1993 featured singles such as ‘U.O.Me’, ‘Right On Time, and ‘Let Me Blow Ya Mind’.
Salt n Pepa
They were best known for their funky pop rap style but the ladies behind SALT! N PEPA! Turned heads in 1991 when they released their second single ‘Push It’ which became their sole number 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Their signature song was ‘Whatta Man’ taken from their third and final album Let Em Bump It.