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YouTube Playlist #3

Watch our playlist of the month on YouTube! Featuring 20 tracks of female rappers from all around the world including France, the US, Iran, Senegal, Spain and India! Bhad Bhabie – Bestie (Los Angeles, USA) Dutchess – Lingo (Canada) Miss Mulatto – South Beach Freestyle (Atlanta, USA) Mina la Voilée – Girl Power (Senegal) Yugen … Continue reading “YouTube Playlist #3”

30 sexist popular songs that are not rap (Part 2)

In 2019, some people still think rap is the most misogynistic and hostile music for women. However, pop, rock or French chanson have been full of sexist lyrics that have gone unnoticed for decades. It seems more urgent to blame sexism on hip hop than to acknowledge that our whole society is sexist and rap … Continue reading “30 sexist popular songs that are not rap (Part 2)”

YouTube Playlist#2

Watch our monthly playlist on YouTube! Saweetie – Pissed (Los Angeles, USA) Lil’ Debbie – No Wings (California, USA) Lady B – Come lo fai (Italy) Snow Tha Product – Faith (California, USA) Eli – Enchantée (Nantes, France) Manal – Saly (Morocco) Wynne – (Portland, USA) Lala&ce – Danser dans le noir (Lyon, France) Veemie … Continue reading “YouTube Playlist#2”

YouTube Playlist #1

Watch our playlist of the month on YouTube! This month, we’re taking you on a world trip to (re)discover international femcees from France to Ghana, South Korea, Morocco and the US! Yugen Blakrok – Carbon Form (South Africa) Marie Gold – A l’avenir (Quebec, Canada) Billie Brelok – Dia de los muertos (Nanterre, France) KT … Continue reading “YouTube Playlist #1”

30 songs by male rappers that pay tribute to women

“Hip hop is the most sexist music“, say the mainstream media. But what they forget to say is that there are also male rappers who speak highly of women, pay tribute to them or even have pro-feminist lyrics, far from the macho and women-objects stereotypes. To remind you that rap is plural and can be … Continue reading “30 songs by male rappers that pay tribute to women”

30 sexist punchlines that are not rap but literature!

Summer is here! It’s time to relax, get a tan and take the metro with no air con! It’s also time to read peacefully and immerse yourself in classics again on an idyllic beach with crystal-clear water under a giant shady palm-tree (or under a Quechua tent at the Chiry-Ourscamp camping). But something’s bothering you. … Continue reading “30 sexist punchlines that are not rap but literature!”

Why I am a feminist and I love hip hop

« Really? You’re a feminist and you like hip hop? How can that be? » You have no idea how many times I’ve heard that sentence! Hip hop has always been criticized for its sexism. Against a backdrop of latent racism, contempt and ignorance of this culture, society teaches us that rap is the worst music for women. … Continue reading “Why I am a feminist and I love hip hop”

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