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Lady MCs: Old School/New School Parallels

July 23, 2019

In Hip Hop, comparisons
between artist past and present artist can be as different as they are unfair.
Some characteristics parallel while others are unintentionally subtle. So it’s
only right to see the similarities between both veteran Lady MCs and the new

1) City Girls = Salt N Pepa

The City Girls are less of the Salt N Pepa’s sophisticated Let’s Talk About Sex, and more Push It back when the duo threaten to take women’s boyfriend’s hostage like the remake version of I’ll Take Your Man.

2) Tink = Ms. Lauryn Hill

Both have a playful method to their flow that can be lyrically deadly if underestimated added by their shared equal singing ability. However, Ms. Lauryn Hill set a bar too high for even herself to achieve.

Cardi B accept the award for top 100 song for “Girls Like You” at the Billboard Music Awards on Wednesday, May 1, 2019, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

3) Cardi B = Trina

Neither artist will
waste no time with musical metaphors while giving brash instructions on how to
tickle their fancy.

4) Megan Thee Stallion =
Lil Kim

Lil Kim greatest musical gift
was/is the authenticity fans felt from each verse she delivered. Megan
Thee Stallion
, whose rhyme style may
be different but shares the same quality of the audience believing that both
artists are speaking from personal experience.

5) 3Dnatee = Bahamadia

Both do great
storytelling rhymes that take its listener through a journey. Song’s like Maria
and True Honey Buns are both tales of friend’s they witness making continuously bad

6) Malibu Mitch = Rasheeda

Pretty Girl rap that
will slap you in the face twice without breaking their fresh polish nails.

7) Doja Cat = Left eye

Doja Cat’s super animated approach in music and fashion is of the same school where the late Left-Eye was principal.

Do you agree?

Stay tuned for part 2.

J Hall@jhallradio

Original article source: | Article may or may not reflect the views of KLEK 102.5 FM or The Voice of Arkansas Minority Advocacy Council

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