Top Six Best Female Rappers In Africa.

Top Six Best Female Rappers In Africa.

Bombshell (Zambia)

Bombshell is Zambia’s leading lady in rap. The volatile rapper came up in the scene in an aggressive way with “Bad Mothafucker” featuring Bulo Man, TR and 5ive 4our and hasn’t looked back ever since. She describes her sound as “Unique, diverse, authentic and explosive.” Bombshell doesn’t hold back lyrically and like her name suggests, she packs a punch.

Rouge (Congo/South Africa

Rouge is new school so the jury is still out on her — but if you’ve ever heard her rap then I’m sure you won’t deny her talents. With the ability to both sing and rap in English as well as French , Rouge is one of Africa’s brightest sparks in female rap right now.
Over are still relatively new career she has worked with the likes of AKA, Reason, Moozlie and has even opened for Cassper Nyovest. Her bars are feisty and filled with the cockiness you’d expect from a young emcee. The spotlight is on Rouge with the crazy hair right now, how she uses it depends entirely on her.

Eno (Ghana)

This lady from Ghana is a beast on the mic, in her own words .. she got “balls” (She said it not me). Tough wordplay, ability to switch flows, aggression, drive and an intimidating figure, Eno got it all. Hip-Hop in Ghana is largely male dominated which makes it hard for female rappers to prosper but Eno has survived and lasted longer than some of her male counterparts. She doesn’t care about the Barbie syndrome with her freakish tomboy looks — when she’s in the rap booth, she’s a man because we’re all the same when we grab that mic. Eno is currently Ghana’s female rap queen and nobody’s touching her. You can even argue she’s top 10 GH rappers all round.

Nadia Nakai (South Africa)

Nadia Nakai is Family Tree’s first lady and at this stage no longer new to us. She had already created a buzz for herself before Cassper swooped in but the platform Family Tree provides is much bigger than anything she had when she was independent.
Nadia started to generate attention when she won the mixtape 101 competition on the ETV show, Shiz Niz, but her big break finally came in 2014 when she held her own as the only female rapper on Riky Rick’s “Amantombazane” remix also featuring DJ Dimplez, Maggz, Ginger Trill, Kid X, Kwesta and OkMalumKoolKat. Nadia is not all beauty and sexiness, the “bad bitch” can actually rap.
Her Family Tree debut Bragga is out now. Listen to it and judge for yourself.

Phlow (Nigeria)

Phlow is fucking nice fam!! She’s also a menace.
Signed with Str8Buttah productions, Phlow has been low-key killing it with consistent materials and high volume wordplay for at least three years now. Over the years she has taken time to build her talents — holding her own in male dominated rap competitions and cyphers.
The Lagos based rapper has been featured on top websites across the world including Creative-HipHop.com, HipHopDX, The Source and 2DBZ. Phlow is not afraid of a rap challenge and it’s about time people start to take her seriously.

Keko (Uganda)

Keko’s mission for supremacy began back in 2010 when she appeared on “Fallen Heroes” alongside Don Mc, SP, Davis and the Mwanba Children Choir. The song was dedicated to the lost soldiers of the world not just Uganda — with her spitting arguably the realest verse on the heartfelt track.

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