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Fierce MC Rah Digga talks with Monie Love & Ed Lover about the shift that occurred when Lil Kim and Foxy Brown broke onto the hip hop scene; both of their lyrics were written for them by prominent rappers, and their images were was more sexed up than the female rappers before them. Rah talks about witnessing this shift from the prominence of female rappers like MC Lyte, to the hyper-sexual imagery from Lil Kim and Foxy Brown.

Rah talks about how that Foxy Brown was so starkly different than the Foxy she met before her big break. Plus, Monie Love & Rah Digga explain how the hyper-sexual brand of Lil Kim and Foxy Brown forever affected the the plights of female rappers after that. Check out this exclusive video for this interview on the “Ed Lover Show.”

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Rah Digga & Monie Love On How Hyper-Sexed Imagery Made Things Worse For Female MCs [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]  was originally published on