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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

Cardi B. Photo: Gary Miller/Getty Images

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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