Big City of QUEENS: NYC Female Hip Hop Artists Slay for The Spring

allhiphop May 17, 2021 hip hop 83
Big City of QUEENS: NYC Female Hip Hop Artists Slay for The Spring

The guys are not the only one's dropping good music in 2020. As the weather warms up, the ladies are here to hold it the Big Apple down also.

HOODCELEBRITYY HoodCelebrityy (PR) Anyone that knows anything about Hip-Hop knows that the roots of the culture are from the big island. So, including a new dance hall queen (who is intimately connected to rap music) is a no-brainer. The Jamaican-born and Bronx-raised Hoodcelebrityy brings her Caribbean flair to the market with her new release, Champagne. She describes the song that features Sukihana, Maliibu Mitch, and R&B sensation Josh X, as a record about relishing at the moment and enjoying life. So, its a toast to success, toast to achievement, toast to love, taking time to celebrate loved ones, especially all the Walking Trophies. We deal with so much; I always want to make music to big up women & let them know I see them and to keep doing great things. KIYANNE After Queens rapper Kiyanne left the cast of Love & Hip Hop, people thought she was a wrap. But her resilience has shown through over the last few years and now her upcoming release reminds us how dope she really is. Her new single, Now or Never has just been released and people are about to gag! A post shared by Kiyanne (@kiyanne) LOLA BROOKE, BILLY B AND COKAH Also representing Brooklyn is Lola Brooke with her new song, Dont Play With It featuring Billy B. The banger is produced by Dizzy Banko, a beatmaker that has created hits from Pop Smoke, Dream Doll, and Pardison Fontaine. The song received a push from her last hit jam Back 2 Business , from its success on TikTok and from people like Snoop Dogg reposting. Another Brooklynite that is spitting fire on the mic is a femcee named COKAH. She took to IG after Lola Brooke and Billy Bs song dropped and let people know that she too has new music coming soon.

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