Nicki Minaj, The Queen of Rap? Remy Ma Thinks Otherwise! [Full shETHER Diss Track]

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The female rap game has always been one of ups and downs.  Female artists such as MC Lyte, Queen Latifah, and Monie Love paved the way for artists like Lil Kim, Eve, and Da Brat.  While men usually proclaim most of the rap game’s glory, women have proven that over the years, they are just as capable of putting out music that can stand side by side with them.  Two females that are battling for the top spot, Remy Ma and Nicki Minaj, have a chance to prove once again why females deserve to get respect in the game.  Continue reading

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Nicki Minaj Featured in Latest Issue of GQ

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I’m growing to adore female rapper,  Nicki Minaj! I used to not like her because all I’d see was fake, fake and more fake.   I mean,  let’s be real,  that butt? That’s all I’m saying.

Moving on.  I’d like to say that so much was revealed in the GQ interview,  but I was quite disappointed.   Nicki Minaj has reinvented herself,  modified her image,  is being featured in almost every top track, is building an empire, and all that was focused on was the real meaning behind the “Anaconda” video (there was no deeper meaning). What a waste of an interview.

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Nicki Minaj Serves It Up In L’Uomo Vogue [Beauty]

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Lately,  it seems as though rapper, Nicki Minaj, is reinventing her image to branch out across multiple demographics.   We are used to seeing her glammed up to portray a modern-day Barbie,  but in recent months she has successfully toned her image down to reflect a more natural beauty.  Her change has lead to more opportunities outside of rapping.

Nicki is in the latest issue of L’Uomo Vogue, the male version of Vogue Italia.  She was shot by the remarkable photographer,  Francesco Carrozzini, who captured the rapper’s effortless modeling abilities.   Take a look!

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Is She What the Female Rap Game Has Been Missing?



 

In keeping aligned with my previous post that featured female rapper, Charli Baltimore, I wanted to feature LoLa Monroe’s new video, Exodus 23:1.  She reps the DMV (DC, Maryland, Virginia) area pretty hard, but with females like Nicki Minaj in the game, can she keep up with their pace?  One thing that Nicki has been able to do well is crossover into mainstream, appealing to many different audiences.  LoLa Monroe’s style is different in many ways, but seems raw like Charli Baltimore or Lil’ Kim.  There’s been much hype surrounding her breakthrough within the industry; I’m curious to see how her career plays out!  Maybe I can feature her in the Dreamworld and get her thoughts on why she’s the next big thing to come from the DMV!

Check out LoLa Monroe’s new video and let me know your thoughts!!!