Dreezy & CupcakKe Weigh In On "Female Rap" Landscape
In the wider hip-hop discussion that tends to go down on social media, it’s not uncommon to see “female rap” referred to as a subgenre of sorts — though such a mentality does seem to inherently position the women and men in different ballparks. Still, that hasn’t stopped a few notable rappers from offering their thoughts on the “female rap” landscape, with Dreezy and CupcakKe coming through with a pair of decidedly different takes on the topic.
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In Dreezy’s eyes, the game has been perpetually sleeping on a slew of talented bar-spitters, and she took it upon herself to spread some love to some notable names worthy of praise. “Lyrical Female Rappers appreciation tweet, just cus the ppl…