Top Female Rappers pt. 3

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Top Female Hip Hop Artists

In a male dominant industry there a number of female hip hop artists that are just as talented as any other artist in the industry.

Pioneers from Salt N Pepa to Lil Kim or southern artist like Trina, Mia X, Gangsta Boo and La Chat have all proved that female hip hop artists are just as talented, if not more, as their male counterparts.

While currently female hip hop artists like Cardi B or Nicki Minaj are the main artist in the industry, together with Dej Loaf, Iggy Azalea, Remy Ma, or Azealia Banks to a lesser extent, there are number of female artist that have much clout in the game.

Below is a part 3 of a series of lists that show some of the top female hip hop artists that are either already well established or are on their way up to being next in the game.


Rocky Badd, from the city of Detroit. IG: @ImRocky.Badd / YouTube: Rocky Badd


Sasha Go Hard, from the city of Chicago.  IG: SashaGoHard / YouTube: “Sasha Go Hard”


Renni Rucci, from the capital city of Columbia, SC.  IG: @RenniRucci_ / YouTube: “Renni Rucci”


Omeretta.  IG: @Omeretta / YouTube: “Omeretta The Great”

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Bad Azz Becky, coming from the city of Orlando.  IG: @iamBadAzzBecky / YouTube: “Bad Azz Becky”


Jucee Froot, from the city of Memphis. IG: @iamJuceeFroot / YouTube: Jucee Froot


Nya Lee, from New York City’s Bronx community.  IG: @OG_Nya.Lee/ YouTube: “Nya Lee”


Chelly the MC, coming from the DMV area.  IG: @ChellyTheMC / YouTube: “Chelly The MC”

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