It has given birth to amazing artists like Casper Nyovest who is now a global hip-hop icon , AKA one of the most versatile rappers on the continent of Africa and the reigning prince of African hip-hop Nasty C who is taking the world by storm through the genre and many more.
With that in mind , hip-hop has also paved the way for females to have a platform for self expression and to be respected as equals in the culture of hip-hop.
Female Emcees as they are called in the hip-hop landscape are increasing in the rap game and they are creating a beautiful legacy for the culture of hip-hop especially in Mzansi.
Let's countdown the top 5 most amazing female rappers in South Africa of our time .
5. Gigi Lamayne.
Gigi Lamayne has a way with words , she has a poetic factor to her lyrics and her raps has some really serious punchlines , making her a powerful emcee in the South African hip-hop game.
4. Nadia Nakai
Nadia Nakai has the 'It factor' the rap game , her sophisticated level of versatility makes her a force not to be reckoned with and her raps are geniusly crafted t sound cool.
3. Nomuzi Mabena.
Nomuzi also known as 'Skhanda Queen' is undeniably talented and unique. Her rapping style is so amazing , she is fun to listen to and her content is very relatable to the listener.
Rougie is an icon in the rap of game not only in Mzansi but the continent of Africa. She is raw and brutal in her raps ,her style is incomparable to anyone and she knows how to make hit hip-hop records.
1. Boity Thulo
Boity is a savage on the mic , in a rap battle she would crash even the male rappers in the rap game of Mzansi .
Boity 's raps are nothing short of powerful punchlines with a touch of class in them .
I dub her the Queen of rap in South Africa because of her impressive and catchy hooks on her songs and her clever lyricism just makes her a brilliant hip-hop artist.
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