Wednesday Wisdom: The Female Pioneers of Hip Hop
By: Sacha Walton, SWI Management Group
It was 1984, and I remember listening to the radio to what we now know as old-school hip hop flooding the airwaves. The days of Beat Street, New York City Breakers, Pumas with the fat shoe laces, DJ battles, UTFO, and The Rapping Duke, while everyone was doing the Wop and singing La-Di-Da-Di. “6 minutes Dougie Fresh You’re On!” Listening to DJ Red Alert Hot 97 mixtapes, with female duo Frick and Frack.
As we approach the 50th anniversary of hip hop, I can’t help but give a shout-out to the queens of hip hop who blazed the trail for many female rappers for Women’s History Month.Read more