Posts Tagged ‘ Salt N Pepa ’

Top 25 Female Emcees of Hip Hop (1983 – 1993)

Counting down the top 25 female emcees of the Diamond and Golden Era … that’s 1983 – 1993, so there wont be any Lil Kim or Mia x, or Lady of rage here. These are the pioneers and I wanted to shine a light on women and their lyrical contributions to Hip Hop, I tried…

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15 Greatest 12″ singles in Hip Hop

Diamond and Golden Era was the focus here (1983 – 1993), the only other criteria was the single had to have another/different song on the other side (We’re talking vinyl here) There are tons of dope singles in Hip Hop history so I tried to go with two sided releases where both songs were dope…

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Top 10 Female Hip Hop Groups

Women were a huge part of Hip Hop, back in the day they were seen as equals, on par with their male peers and less as objects or needing a male artist to introduce them to the world. All female Hip Hop groups were popular for a minute in the 80s and early 90s, so…

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EDP05 – Spinsanity! (Podcast)

The newest edition of the eclectik discussion podcast is here! This week we welcome a very special guest to the show Hip Hop icon and pioneer … DJ Spinderella! (Yes … Push it, Spinderella cut it up one time … not a fella but a girl DJ, Shake your thang video Spinderella!!) LOL Join us…

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B – Girl Stance : BackSpinnin’

Continuing on my randomness concerning Femcees and Females in Hip Hop I will continue to say the biggest selling female rap release of all time would be Foxy Brown and Lil Kim: “Thelma and Louise” Nas co-writes with Fox … Jay Co-writes with Kim EVERY Producer will want to do a track… Guest stars would…

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#hiphopunansweredquestions

On Twitter the other day (@TweetRhymesLife) I started typing about some things in Hip Hop song lyrics and videos that struck me as odd, and I figured I’d compile them and share with my “Hip Hop Unanswered Questions” Topic Feel free to add on in the comments and or Twitter #hiphopunasweredquestions But BIG, Why would…

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B – Girl Stance : Deadly Venoms

We all know that I love and adore women … and I love Hip Hop …so of course I love female emcees so allow me to wax randomly about them… Roxanne Shante is my favorite femcee of all time … part of the reason I love Hip Hop so much, she killed it with Roxanne’s…

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