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French rapper Chilla drops new freestyle “Dans le movie #1”

Before her upcoming single and album expected in 2019, French rapper Chilla drops the freestyle “Dans le Movie #1”. The video is choreographed by Marion Motin, known for her collaborations with Madonna, Stromae and Christine and The Queens, directed by Christopher Hanany, who worked with Givenchy et Yves Saint Laurent and sponsored by Reebok. © Martin … Continue reading “French rapper Chilla drops new freestyle “Dans le movie #1””

100 female rappers from 100 different countries

For three years, Madame Rap has been working to make women and LGBTQIA visible on the international hip hop scene. Today, more than 1,400 female rappers are listed on our website! Here is a little glimpse with this selection of 100 female rappers from 100 different countries. The evidence being, rap is everywhere and is … Continue reading “100 female rappers from 100 different countries”

Best Of 2018

2019 is just around the corner, the time has come to look back on a very intense year for Madame Rap! What Madame Rap did in 2018: – interviews of international female rappers ; – events : concerts, cyphers, panel discussions, conferences and debates ; – interviews and articles in the media. As the first … Continue reading “Best Of 2018”

PREMIERE- Yugen Blakrok drops new video Picture Box

SA female rapper Yugen Blakrok premieres the video “Picture Box” exclusively on Madame Rap! After a first album in 2013 and a powerful featuring with Kendrick Lamar on the soundtrack of Black Panther, Yugen Blakrok is back with a second album called Anima Mysterium, out on February 1st, 2019. As a foretaste, the South African … Continue reading “PREMIERE- Yugen Blakrok drops new video Picture Box”

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

Nowadays, 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 is … Continue reading “30 sexist popular songs that are not rap (Part 2)”

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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