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Hip-Hop History Month: Four Female Rappers Who Are Rocking The Mic in 2019


In case you didn’t know November is Hip Hop History month! RoyalTee Magazine highlights four rappers with legend potential.

Tierra Whack

The 24-year-old Philly rapper has a wacky side that she infuses into her music. The rapper, singer and songwriter, who called Dr. Seuss an inspiration for her music  in a REVOLT TV  interview was nominated for the Best Music Video in the 2019 Grammy for her 2017 single, “Mumbo Jumbo”.  Diddy and Cardi B cosigned on her music. Even Rihanna was seen bopping to her 2019 single “Clones” in an Instagram live this July. 

 Music to check out: 

  • Only Child  
  • Pretty Ugly


Kash Doll

Kash Doll, 27,  went from rapping on Instagram to touring with Drake in 2016 on his Summer Sixteen Tour. Since then the Detroit native  has been on her grind. Her album “Stacked” debuted at #76 on the Top Billboard 200 Album. The rapper was nominated for Best Female Hip Hop Artist at the BET Hip Hop Awards and will be touring with Meek Mill this year on his The Motivation tour.

Music to check out: 

  • No Lames (feat. Summer Walker)

Megan Thee Stallion

Megan Thee Stallion is the reason we had a #HotGirlSummer and #NerdGirl Fall. The Houston native’s album “Fever”,  won Best Mixtape at the 2019 BET Hip Hop awards. Her single, “Hot Girl Summer” featuring Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla Sign reached #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.  During a recent interview with Power 105.1’s Angie Martinez, Thee Stallion hinted about a new album. 

But while she’s turning up on the charts, Megan is still throwing down in the classroom and continues to take online classes at Texas Southern University.

Music to check out: 

  • Simon Says (feat. Juicy J)



Truth is, Lizzo is winning us over with each move she makes. It seems the 31-year-old Detroit rapper went from a small indie artist to A list celebrity overnight. Her empowering songs like “Juice” and “Truth Hurts”dominated music charts this year. Her 2017 single “Truth Hurt” was like a black horse rising to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart two years after its release! Her 2019 album “Cuz I Love You” got to #5 on Billboard Top 200 album. 

Music to check out: 

  • Boys
  • Good as Hell (feat. Ariana Grande) [remix]


Who are your favorite female rappers this year?