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Re: “Low End Theory

CL you've got to do better investigative research in underground hip-hop, especially when it comes to female mcs from detroit. You can't even talk about Detroit without giving credit and props to out female rapper, Feloni who set the precedent for Nicki Minaj to come out with a "bisexual" edge or "hype." Maybe you should check out Feloni's controversial anti-mysogynist song "Brand New" or her remix of Lil' Wayne's "Every Girl" to "I Wish I could Tongue Every Girl" on youtube. How did y'all even miss that when discussing "feminism" and "Detroit?"

Feloni was overlooked by mainstream because of her "Stud" appearance (that she refused to change for A&R reps) and intimidating (to most men) lyrics . In fact, MTV discovered her on myspace in 06 and gave her her own episode on "Coming Out Stories" which aired on MTV's LOGO channel for 3yrs (and is still currently streamed on LOGO's website). Not only that, she currently resides in Atlanta (was recognized by Producer Fat Boi at an Atlanta Beat Battle last yr) and has a song that she co-wrote and performs on with Lori Michaels featured on VH1's new hit series "Single Ladies" soundtrack in ep. 2 called "Girl Thing ftg Feloni." Queen Latifah is one of the Executive Producers on the urban "Sex in the City" spin. I think you should look Feloni up and keep in mind that her music became popular via word-of-mouth alone bc she is a strong believer of guerilla marketing. Heck, she even has a free iphone app called "Feloni" where you can stream her racy debut album called "A Woman's Revenge." Not only that, she created and runs her own digital indie label, TrakDiamondRecords.com. Visit her on myspace: http:www.myspace.com/feloni ... search her on youtube... or Wikipedia. Some female artists are now trying to talk about what she was talking about 5 yrs ago when mainstream wasn't ready for her. True hip-hop heads already know and unfortunately, a hip-hop head didn't write this article.

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Posted by RealHipHopHeads404 on 07/02/2011 at 11:30 PM

Re: “An Atlanta hip-hop cipher

CL you've got to do better investigative research in underground hip-hop, especially when it comes to female mcs from detroit. You can't even talk about Detroit without giving credit and props to out female rapper, Feloni who set the precedent for Nicki Minaj to come out with a "bisexual" edge or "hype." Maybe you should check out Feloni's controversial anti-mysogynist song "Brand New" or her remix of Lil' Wayne's "Every Girl" to "I Wish I could Tongue Every Girl" on youtube. How did y'all even miss that when discussing "feminism" and "Detroit?"

Feloni was overlooked by mainstream because of her "Stud" appearance (that she refused to change for A&R reps) and intimidating (to most men) lyrics . In fact, MTV discovered her on myspace in 06 and gave her her own episode on "Coming Out Stories" which aired on MTV's LOGO channel for 3yrs (and is still currently streamed on LOGO's website). Not only that, she currently resides in Atlanta (was recognized by Producer Fat Boi at an Atlanta Beat Battle last yr) and has a song that she co-wrote and performs on with Lori Michaels featured on VH1's new hit series "Single Ladies" soundtrack in ep. 2 called "Girl Thing ftg Feloni." Queen Latifah is one of the Executive Producers on the urban "Sex in the City" spin. I think you should look Feloni up and keep in mind that her music became popular via word-of-mouth alone bc she is a strong believer of guerilla marketing. Heck, she even has a free iphone app called "Feloni" where you can stream her racy debut album called "A Woman's Revenge." Not only that, she created and runs her own digital indie label, TrakDiamondRecords.com. Visit her on myspace: http:www.myspace.com/feloni ... search her on youtube... or Wikipedia. Some female artists are now trying to talk about what she was talking about 5 yrs ago when mainstream wasn't ready for her. True hip-hop heads already know and unfortunately, a hip-hop head didn't write this article.

Posted by RealHipHopHeads404 on 07/02/2011 at 11:30 PM

Re: “Get to know Atlanta's female MCs

CL you've got to do better investigative research in underground hip-hop, especially when it comes to female mcs from detroit. You can't even talk about Detroit without giving credit and props to out female rapper, Feloni who set the precedent for Nicki Minaj to come out with a "bisexual" edge or "hype." Maybe you should check out Feloni's controversial anti-mysogynist song "Brand New" or her remix of Lil' Wayne's "Every Girl" to "I Wish I could Tongue Every Girl" on youtube. How did y'all even miss that when discussing "feminism" and "Detroit?"

Feloni was overlooked by mainstream because of her "Stud" appearance (that she refused to change for A&R reps) and intimidating (to most men) lyrics . In fact, MTV discovered her on myspace in 06 and gave her her own episode on "Coming Out Stories" which aired on MTV's LOGO channel for 3yrs (and is still currently streamed on LOGO's website). Not only that, she currently resides in Atlanta (was recognized by Producer Fat Boi at an Atlanta Beat Battle last yr) and has a song that she co-wrote and performs on with Lori Michaels featured on VH1's new hit series "Single Ladies" soundtrack in ep. 2 called "Girl Thing ftg Feloni." Queen Latifah is one of the Executive Producers on the urban "Sex in the City" spin. I think you should look Feloni up and keep in mind that her music became popular via word-of-mouth alone bc she is a strong believer of guerilla marketing. Heck, she even has a free iphone app called "Feloni" where you can stream her racy debut album called "A Woman's Revenge." Not only that, she created and runs her own digital indie label, TrakDiamondRecords.com. Visit her on myspace: http:www.myspace.com/feloni ... search her on youtube... or Wikipedia. Some female artists are now trying to talk about what she was talking about 5 yrs ago when mainstream wasn't ready for her. True hip-hop heads already know and unfortunately, a hip-hop head didn't write this article.

Posted by RealHipHopHeads404 on 07/02/2011 at 11:29 PM

Re: “Beats, rhymes and rap's gender gap

CL you've got to do better investigative research in underground hip-hop, especially when it comes to female mcs from detroit. You can't even talk about Detroit without giving credit and props to out female rapper, Feloni who set the precedent for Nicki Minaj to come out with a "bisexual" edge or "hype." Maybe you should check out Feloni's controversial anti-mysogynist song "Brand New" or her remix of Lil' Wayne's "Every Girl" to "I Wish I could Tongue Every Girl" on youtube. Or how about the anti-sexual and physical abuse song she wrote called "I Ain't Scared of U" produced by 2MUCH of BTP who also produced "Ice Cream Paint Job." To not mention Feloni almost comes off haterish! How did y'all even miss that when discussing "feminism" and "Detroit?"

Feloni was overlooked by mainstream because of her "Stud" appearance (that she refused to change for A&R reps) and intimidating (to most men) lyrics . In fact, MTV discovered her on myspace in 06 and gave her her own episode on "Coming Out Stories" which aired on MTV's LOGO channel for 3yrs (and is still currently streamed on LOGO's website). Not only that, she currently resides in Atlanta (was recognized by Producer Fat Boi at an Atlanta Beat Battle last yr) and has a song that she co-wrote and performs on with Lori Michaels featured on VH1's new hit series "Single Ladies" (filmed in ATL) soundtrack in ep. 2 called "Girl Thing ftg Feloni." Queen Latifah is one of the Executive Producers on the urban "Sex in the City" spin. I think you should look Feloni up and keep in mind that her music became popular via word-of-mouth alone bc she is a strong believer of guerilla marketing. Heck, she even has a free iphone app called "Feloni" where you can stream her racy debut album called "A Woman's Revenge." Not only that, she created and own her digital indie label, TrakDiamondRecords.com. Visit her on myspace: http:www.myspace.com/feloni ... search her on youtube... or visit her website www.TrakDiamondRecords.com Artists are now trying to talk about what she was talking about 5 yrs ago when mainstream wasn't ready for her. True hip-hop heads already know and unfortunately, a hip-hop head didn't write this article.

Posted by RealHipHopHeads404 on 07/02/2011 at 11:24 PM

Re: “Beats, rhymes and rap's gender gap

CL you've got to do better investigative research in underground hip-hop, especially when it comes to female mcs from detroit. You can't even talk about Detroit without giving credit and props to out female rapper, Feloni who set the precedent for Nicki Minaj to come out with a "bisexual" edge or "hype." Maybe you should check out Feloni's controversial anti-mysogynist song "Brand New" or her remix of Lil' Wayne's "Every Girl" to "I Wish I could Tongue Every Girl" on youtube. How did y'all even miss that when discussing "feminism" and "Detroit?"

Feloni was overlooked by mainstream because of her "Stud" appearance (that she refused to change for A&R reps) and intimidating (to most men) lyrics . In fact, MTV discovered her on myspace in 06 and gave her her own episode on "Coming Out Stories" which aired on MTV's LOGO channel for 3yrs (and is still currently streamed on LOGO's website). Not only that, she currently resides in Atlanta (was recognized by Producer Fat Boi at an Atlanta Beat Battle last yr) and has a song that she co-wrote and performs on with Lori Michaels featured on VH1's new hit series "Single Ladies" soundtrack in ep. 2 called "Girl Thing ftg Feloni." Queen Latifah is one of the Executive Producers on the urban "Sex in the City" spin. I think you should look Feloni up and keep in mind that her music became popular via word-of-mouth alone bc she is a strong believer of guerilla marketing. Heck, she even has a free iphone app called "Feloni" where you can stream her racy debut album called "A Woman's Revenge." Not only that, she created and own her digital indie label, TrakDiamondRecords.com. Visit her on myspace: http:www.myspace.com/feloni ... search her on youtube... or visit her website www.TrakDiamondRecords.com Artists are now trying to talk about what she was talking about 5 yrs ago when mainstream wasn't ready for her. True hip-hop heads already know and unfortunately, a hip-hop head didn't write this article.

Posted by RealHipHopHeads404 on 07/02/2011 at 11:15 PM

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