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Female Hip-Hop Rappers Such As Coi Leray, BIA, and Missy Elliot Release Lit Tracks



Female Rappers Release Lit Tracks
Yung Miami from City Girls, Lola Brooke, and Latto. Image source: Johnny Nunez, Getty.

Female hip-hop rappers are giving everyone straight fire lately.

The collabs are hot, the beats are hotter, and the bars catch fire in every speaker you hear.

Hip-hop girlies Coi LerayBIABaby TateSaweetieFlo MilliLola BrookeLattoYung Miami, and Missy Elliot are the gifts that keep on giving.

Each track had a different vibe and interesting collaboration, but it worked elegantly.

Coi Leray’s “On Player (Remix)” And “Nonsense (Remix)”

Starting with Coi Leray, she dropped two remixes in the past 48 hours, with one of hip-hop’s finest Busta Rhymes and the other with popstar Sabrina Carpenter.

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Two completely different artists, but Coi is such a ‘trendsetter’ and popstar that she can pull off the legendary “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See” backtrack under her song “Players.”

However, “Nonsense (Remix)” with Sabrina Carpenter was an exciting breath of fresh air that was still Coi with a cute pop twist.

I tip my hat to the Boston native.

Coi Leray. Image source: Johnny Nunez, Wire image.

BIA And Timbaland’s “I’M THAT B**TCH”

Then we get into BIA

Bianca Miquela Landrau always delivers. She took on the daring beat of Missy Elliot and Timbaland’s “She’s a B**ch” for her version “I’M THAT B**TCH.”

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She really got a co-sign when Missy Elliot congratulated her on the legend’s Instagram story.

Plus, Timbaland helped her make the track. I think that is the biggest co-sign you could get.

It’s a riveting take on the original song, meeting the present sample with an almost drill beat underneath BIA‘s lyrics.

BIA. Image source: Gabe Garza.

Baby Tate And Saweetie’s “Hey Mickey!”

Next, Baby Tate and Saweetie‘s “Hey Mickey!” gives us the cute baddie vibe they both exude.

A pop song that turned into a fused pop and hip-hop version.

The Atlanta native always has fun with any of her releases, so it was only right that she paired with Saweetie.

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The California native born as Diamonté changed her flow up a little with Tate.

Baby Tate. Image source: Sarah Pardini.

It was a nice little shock and made me proud to hear the ‘Icy Girl’ give us something different.

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Flo Milli’s “Bed Time (Remix)” With Monaleo And Gloss Up

Furthermore, Flo Milli teamed up with newer mainstream female rappers Monaleo and Gloss Up.

Three of them remixed Flo’s single off her latest album, “Bed Time.”

The lyrics were givin’ ‘I’m going to have my girls’ backs whenever and wherever.’

Monaleo and Gloss Up’s voices and lyrics complement Flo Milli’s cutesy voice pretty well.

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Lola Brooke’s “Don’t Play With It” With Latto and Yung Miami

In addition, Lola Brooke’s “Don’t Play With It” is TikTok viral. The New York rapper was the bombshell the industry needed.

So, of course, Latto and Yung Miami had to hop on the train. These two are in the group of some of the hottest female rappers.

It is a great look for Lola Brooke.

Latto and Yung Miami sound like they had fun on this track. Caresha even trolls her fans about Diddy in her verse.

FLO With Missy Elliot’s Fly Girl

Finally, we have Hip-Hop royalty who is the legendary Missy Elliot. FLO is a new girl group from the UK that probably has the potential to be the next Destiny’s Child.

It was smart for them to get Missy on “Fly Girl” because the chorus comes from the Virginia native’s hit “Work It.”

Hearing Missy Elliot rapping again slapped a smile on my face. No one has a flow like her, and her voice just takes me back to the early 2000s.

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The females continue to take the industry by storm, and I hope they keep us all on the edge of our seats.

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