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    Arguably the most sampled rap record ever.
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    Vangloriousness...

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    Deadly Venoms, the female Wu-Tang Clan that sorta, kinda happened (two albums (1998 and 2000) both shelved and unreleased, third album finally released in 2002, but minus one of the original members):

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    Love the "Tom's Diner" snippet a la Suzanne Vega (which was THE popular jam/sample back in the day):

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    Always loved the production on this joint, which I used to bang ceaslessly when it first came out...

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    I think it's interesting to note that so many female rappers only dropped one album and then more or less "disappeared".
    There were/are exceptions, of course (Yo-Yo, Queen Latifah, MC Lyte, Salt-N-Peppa, Jean Grae....) but for the most part the female MC has been a one-and-done proposition (in terms of albums released), which is a shame.

    I honestly think that female MCs have a much harder time breaking into the game than female rockers, pop stars, country singers, and jazz singers...
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    I like her rap in this



    OG white girl rap. So sexy


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