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Rappers Like Megan Thee Stallion Are Writing a New Feminist Canon
This summer felt dominated both by Megan Thee Stallion 's perfect catchphrase " hot girl summer " as well as the endless quest to both analyze and co-opt it. But Megan is part of a whole wave of women, from Cardi B and Princess Nokia to City Girls, Saweetie, and Rico Nasty, whose lyrics offer new perspectives on what it's like to be a woman in an era where new generations are remaking the rules. They might not be explaining their worldview the way academics do. But, hey, who really remembers what they read in dusty philosophy books anyway? Below, we picked out a few signature songs that carry this movement and analyze them like the feminist texts they are. None of Megan's songs boil down her philosophy quite like her lyrics on "Pimpin,'" from this year's album Fever.
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Bali Baby, Rico Nasty, Princess Nokia & More Are Rap’s Modern Punk Girls
The rap world got a reboot around , when Nicki Minaj released her debut album, Pink Friday. Since then, rap has become a fun house for women. Minaj became the North Star for a new generation of female rappers.
The program was set to highlight the new school of ruthless rappers disrupting the landscape of hip-hop with their unique sound and cult following. DMV resident Maria Kelly , otherwise known as Rico Nasty , is on the bill for the night and her role in the new rap movement cannot be understated. Reclaiming femininity by flaunting the dynamism of womanhood and challenging the positioning of men by dissociation or exclusion. Like genre benders before her, Rico has paved her way through hardship and joy, trial and error.