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Despite Grammy Snubs, Black Women Dominated Rap in 2019

Our hot girl cup runneth over with an abundance of music that shows off Black female rappers’ prowess and power

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IIDGAF about what the Grammys say: 2019 was an epic year for Black women in rap music. This year felt like a throwback to an oft-cited golden era, in which quite a few Black women…

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Treva B Lindsey

Treva B Lindsey

Professor, cultural critic, Black feminist, author of Colored No More: Reinventing Black Womanhood in Washington, D.C.

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