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The Sad Truth About Female Rappers

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Within the complex infrastructure that we know as hip-hop, its place as both an art form and corporately influenced culture has meant that it isn’t necessarily a comfortable space for anyone. No matter how solidified you feel your place in it may be, at any time, you could be jostled out and find yourself careening towards irrelevancy.

Often, it can feel that there simply isn’t enough space within the public’s affections nor the frontlines of the game for every talented artist to receive ample coverage or fanfare. But while this is a treacherous minefield for the men in the game to navigate, the difficulty increases tenfold if you’re from the opposite gender.

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