Katie Got Bandz (Top Female Rappers )

Katie is from Bronzeville, a neighborhood in the Low End area of South Side, Chicago. Katie cites her neighborhood as the muse for her lyrics and the stories she tells while rapping. Her favorite rapper is Waka Flocka Flame and, prior to rapping, she studied biology and pre-med at Truman College.

 

Musical career

 

Katie is the debut female rapper of Chicago’s drill music scene, though she has announced plans to transition her music to a more global sound. In several interviews she spoke of the poor reputation Chicago has with respect to crime and violence and the attack of drill music as a result. Katie has said that her intention with drill music is to portray her authentic experience and emphasizes she does not want to influence crime or contribute to the already high crime rate in Chicago through her music.

 

Her upcoming project Drillary Clinton 3 is slated for a late 2015 release, and she intends to transition her sound with this project while paying homage to drill music at the same time.

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Mc Trouble ( Top Female Rappers )

LaTasha Sheron Rogers (July 30, 1970 – June 4, 1992), better known as MC Trouble, was a rap artist, and the first female rapper signed to Motown Records.

 

MC Trouble had a minor hit with the song “(I Wanna) Make You Mine” featuring The Good Girls, released May 25, 1990. “Make You Mine” peaked at #15 on the Billboard Magazine’s Hot Rap Songs charts.

 

The title track of her debut album Gotta Get a Grip was released as a second single on September 14, 1990. Gotta Get a Grip showed promise as a mix of hardcore rap and more commercial R&B.

 

Illness and death

 

Rogers was born with epilepsy and received daily treatment to prevent seizures; In 1992, she was in production for her second album when she died in her sleep on June 4, 1992, while at the home of a friend in Los Angeles shortly after suffering an epileptic seizure which resulted in heart failure.

 

Legacy

 

The posthumous single “Big Ole Jazz” was released in 1992 and appeared on the House Party 2 soundtrack resulted in a second & final hit on Billboard’s rap singles chart. The song ‘Vibes and Stuff’ by rap group A Tribe Called Quest off their album The Low End Theory was dedicated to MC Trouble. Her dedication is mentioned several times throughout the track.

“Lady ” (New Top Female Rappers )

Shameka Shanta Brown (born July 31, 1989), better known by her stage name Lady (and her online accounts ThisIsLady), is an American rapper signed to Plies’ record label, Big Gates Record. Lady was born in Talbotton, Georgia and began rapping in high school with two of her friends. She was signed to her record label on the first of April, 2010. She has currently released three albums.

 

Lady’s song “Yankin” was featured in the HBO television series Girls  and her song “Twerk” was featured in Showtime’s original television series Ray Donovan.  Lady’s songs have also been featured on other shows and websites, such as the BBC show Skins, Slate, Perez Hilton, Howard Stern Show, MTV,Examiner.com, and The Huffington Post.

 

Early Life

 

Brown graduated from Central High School in Talbotton, Georgia. During her senior year at Central, Brown was the Senior class officer president.

 

Career Beginnings

 

On April 1st 2010, Brown signed a record deal with the indie recording label, Big Gates Records. With more than 100,000 digital sales, the mixtapes “Bitch From Around the Way”, “Bitch From Around the Way II”, and “Bout Dat Life” have increased Lady’s popularity.

 

HBO’s hit series, “Girls”, featured Lady’s track “Yankin,” while the UK’s Channel 4 award-winning show “Skins” used her track “I Need” for the series. Showtime’s Ray Donovan featured “twerk”. Lady and her songs have also been discussed on Howard Stern’s radio talk show, the Howard Stern Show.

 

Dej Loaf (Top Female Rappers

Deja Trimble (born April 8, 1991), better known by her stage name Dej Loaf (stylized as DeJ Loaf), is an American rapper and singer from Detroit, Michigan. She began her music career in 2011, and released her debut mixtape Just Do It in 2012. In October 2014, she released her second mixtape, Sell Sole.

 

DeJ Loaf rose to greater popularity in 2014 with her single “Try Me”, which initially attained viral internet popularity and has peaked at number 45 on the US Billboard Hot 100. The song was certified Gold on April 3, 2015 in the US.

 

She was chosen as part of the XXL Magazine2015 Freshman Class.

 

Early life

 

Deja Trimble was born on April 8, 1991 in Detroit, Michigan and was raised on the Eastside of the city. Growing up, she often listened to music with her parents and grandmother, ranging “from 2Pac to Rakim to Miles Davis.”

 

Her father was killed when she was four years old. A self-described “good kid and a decent student” who mostly kept to herself, she began writing her own original music as early as nine years old.

 

She graduated from Southeastern High School in Detroit, MI in 2009, played basketball up to the junior varsity level, and later attended Saginaw Valley State University to study nursing for three semesters before deciding to focus on a full-time music career.

 

Music career

 

Dej Loaf began her career as a hip hop artist in 2011; her stage name is a portmanteau of a shortened version of her first name, “Deja”, and “loafer”, as she took a keen interest in Air Jordans growing up.

 

She released her first mixtape, Just Do It., in 2013, which attracted the attention of fellow Detroit rapper SAYITAINTTONE. She later signed her to his label IBGM (I Been Gettin’ Money) and his management team.

 

The track “Try Me”, produced by DDS, and released as a single in July 2014, rose to viral popularity after Canadian recording artist Drake quoted lyrics from the song in an Instagram post. She signed to Columbia Records in October and shortly after released the mixtape Sell Sole,  which was given an “A–” by music critic Robert Christgau, who wrote in his review for Noisey, “What’s irresistible is the form-content disparity—a rapper who brags so un-macho, a rapper whose greed is so explicitly for her family, a rapper who’s ‘Grindin’ ‘ at music. Plus her flow is a brook, her producer respects her space, and her two sex rhymes are into it and into it more.”

 

DeJ Loaf contributed a rap to the song “Detroit vs. Everybody” on rapper Eminem’s compilation Shady XV (2014). She opened for Nicki Minaj during the North American leg of The Pinkprint Tour in 2015.

 

Candy Brooke 

#CANDYBROOKEFACTS
#37 TOP FEMALE RAPPER
ACTIVE: 2014 TO PRESENT
Brooke Candy (born July 20, 1989) is an American rapper and singer. She is best known for co-starring in the music video for Grimes’ hit single “Genesis”.
 She independently released videos for her songs “Das Me”, “Everybody Does”, and “I Wanna Fuck Right Now” before collaborating with photographer Steven Klein and stylist Nicola Formichetti on her fourth video, “Opulence”. Candy signed with RCA in February 2014.
Candy’s father is the CFO of Hustler magazine and CEO of Hustler Casino, and Candy herself has been employed by Hustler as a mannequin stylist. Her industry ties helped her snag an internship with reality star and stylist Rachel Zoe. Before becoming a pop singer, Candy worked in a strip-club called Seventh Veil for eight months. Although she has been approached by four major record labels, she has not signed a recording contract. Best known for sporting metallic bikinis and pink cornrows, Candy has been compared to Gwen Stefani, Lady Gaga, and Nicki Minaj. Candy cites transhumanism and superhero-culture as the inspiration for her metallic costumes.

Early life and career
Brooke Candy was born in Oxnard, California. She grew up in the Los Angeles suburb of Agoura Hills and is of Italian and Jewish descent. Her parents divorced when she was eight. Her mother was a pediatric nurse while her father was CFO of Hustler magazine.
 Candy has talked about the stark difference between her two parents’ lives: “[The Hustler offices were] so gaudy and amazing. I’d eat ice cream and watch TV and just go from that to being with my mom, who had nothing. It was strange… It’s this whole idea of duality that I’m just obsessed with.”
Candy was kicked out her house by her parents after coming out. She also lived out of her car for a period, working as an exotic dancer at the Seventh Veil adult club in Hollywood.
While working as an intern for Rachel Zoe, Candy contacted Larry Flynt, seeking work as a photographer for Hustler.

 Flynt eventually employed her as a mannequin stylist for Hustler store fronts. Candy described the job as “dress[ing] the mannequins slutty.”
Music career
During 2012 and 2013, Candy independently released her first three videos for her songs; “Das Me”, “Everybody Does”, and “I Wanna **** Right Now” on YouTube.
 The videos had more than a million views by early 2013. In August 2012, she co-starred in the music video for Grimes’ single “Genesis”.
Candy’s first major label recording took place when she appeared on the track “Cloud Aura” on Charli XCX’s debut album True Romance. Candy was introduced to Charli by Azealia Banks when Candy hosted Banks’ Mermaid Ball in Los Angeles.
She eventually signed with RCA Records in February, 2014. “Opulence”, co-written with Sia and produced by Diplo, was her first single for the label. For the song’s video, she collaborated with stylist Nicola Formichetti and Steven Klein. The video explores the theme of “freaks,” a concept that was conceived conceived by Candy and Formichetti at a drag bar in Tokyo.
 It features transgender woman, drag queens, and gay men who are friends with Candy.“We’re all freaks and outcasts, and this was meant to empower them,” Candy said. Formichetti, Candy and Klein worked on a V Mag shoot that lead to Steven Klein directing “Opulence”.
“Opulence” was the title track of her first EP, which was released in May 2014.
Her debut album is currently being produced by label-mate Sia amongst others. Sia, who is an executive producer and an songwriter on the album, discovered Candy on Instagram in 2008 and reached out to her, believing “that I was the only person who could really support [Candy] in becoming who [she is] on a grander stage or platform.”. So far, Sia has written at least one song –“Living Out Loud”—for Candy.
Artistry
Candy is known for her extreme fashion style, most notably her long cornrows and metallic bikini costumes. Sia described Candy as a “feminista glam alien.” Vogue profiled Candy in July, 2014, saying “For all her shape-shifting, perhaps it’s helpful to think of Brooke Candy as a tabula rasa whose videos, concerts, and everyday appearances each necessitate a different character.
 Together, they make her a fashion plate palimpsest :
  

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Candy’s fashion has been described as a distinctive stripper-meets-Tumblr aesthetic.
She often collaborates with fashion designer Seth Pratt. Following trends in stan culture, Candy has nicknamed her fanbase #FagMob.
Vice blogger Ali Carman asked Candy, in an interview, if she was offended that her internet persona was considered fake. Candy replied: “My persona is a reality to me, you know. Like I would never rap and act hood if it wasn’t actually my mentality and I wouldn’t perform in a super-sexual way if being a stripper wasn’t the way I made money.” MTV called Candy’s look “super hardcore”, a “breath of fresh, fearless air”, and a prayer answered by the pop goddesses. Calling her the “Freaky Princess”, The Guardian journalist Michael Cragg agreed with the stripper-turned-rapper’s alias, comparing her to Xena, the Warrior Princess. Musically, Candy’s work has been recognized for its twerk-able nature, springybeats, and cyberpunk.
Candy also hosts a blog dedicated to photography.
Personal life
Candy is openly bisexual, and revealed Lil’ Kim as an inspiration for her rapping technique and irreverent image. She also expresses strong feministic ideals.
 Her father is the CFO of Hustler magazine and CEO of Hustler Casino. Candy has the name “Gotti” tattooed on the inside of her forearm in honor of John Gotti, after whom she has also named her puppy.
 She is an adamant and vocal proponent of the legalization of sex work and legality of recreational use of marijuana.
Candy’s image is highly sexualized, “They told me not to make something so sexual” she told New York writer Christopher Glazek, recalling a conversation she had with her record executives about the music video for her song “I Wanna Fuck Right Now”, whose refrain is: “I wanna fuck right now / I wanna fuck right now now”.

   
    
    
   

Mia X

#MIAXFACTS #32 TOP FEMALE RAPPER 
Active: 1992 to PRESENT 

Mia Young (born January 9, 1970), better known by her stage name Mia X, is an American former rapper, singer-songwriter and actress. She was the first female emcee to get a contract with rapper and entertainment magnate, Master P on his successful record label No Limit Records.
She has collaborated with several No Limit Records artists, including Master P and Silkk the Shocker on the seminal albums Ghetto D and Charge It 2 Da Game.
Early life
Young was born on January 9, 1970 in the 7th Ward housing projects in downtown New Orleans, Louisiana. Although there is much misinformation on the web about Mia X getting her rap career started in Queens, New York. Mia X and her career are both New Orleans born and raised. In 1984 she joined a local rap group.
1992–95: Career beginnings
In 1992, she released a single titled “Ask Them Niggas.” It appeared on her 1993 EP, “Da Payback”. She signed to No Limit Records in 1994. The launch of her career was her first studio album she collaborated with on with Master P called “Good Girl Gone Bad” in 1995.
Unlady Like and Mama Drama
Mia X reappeared on the hip hop scene in late 1996 with a track called “Verbal Assault” that was produced by Donald XL Robertson on the Southern Smoke mixtapeseries. The song included a refrain with the words “Guess Who’s Back?” which led to some speculation that she might be working on a new album. She released an album in 1997 called Unlady Like which was successful. The third album entitled Mama Drama was certified gold by the RIAA for sales exceeding 500,000 copies.
Mia X worked as the executive producer on the release of her son Sean’s (aka Fly Guy Sean) debut album The future is in my hands…Also she is working very closely with her nephew Skrill-Dilly and his release on Mike Dean’s List production label set to be released in 2009 via an unsaid major distribution deal.
In 2008, she appeared on C-Murder’s album Screamin’ 4 Vengeance, on tracks titled “Mihita” and “Posted on tha Block (Remix).”
Mia recently released an interview about her hiatus and comeback, revealing that she is working on a mixtape and a new album called Betty Rocka Locksmith due out in 2011. 
She has shot a video for a song from her upcoming mixtape called I Get The Paper and released 2 songs called “Hush” and “Grown Woman” on December 8 through her own label Music life Recordings/XL Productionz (digitally on iTunes, Amazon MP3, etc.).
 Through Twitter Mia has stated she does not want to rap again and has been retired for 12 years, which means that the mixtape and album she worked on after her ‘retirement’ will not be released. 
She has collaborated with Gangsta Boo and La Chat with a song “Bitchy” and shot a video for the song. Also, she has a cook book with her own recipes coming out soon.