Say My Name
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Say My Name
Hip hop began a new and edgy form of New York street culture in the late 1970s and has since become one of the most pervasive creative phenomena of our times, informing music, fashion, art and nearly every facet of popular culture. But while hip hop is often seen as a democratic medium where anyone who can turn a rhyme or create a beat has a shot at the spotlight, women are still fighting for their fair share of success, despite the track record of such iconic artists as Queen Latifah, Salt-n-Pepa, MC Lyte and Missy Elliott. While female rappers struggle to be heard, they also deal with a… More