I first heard Rap when I moved to NC a couple years ago. She was a breathe of fresh air. Not just lyrically but content wise. I know she doesn’t like to be looked at as a “female” MC but rather a rapper period, but you can’t deny the alternative her style brings verses the “sex symbol” image that dominates most of the female MCs today. My daughters love her. I felt it was only right to show respect and love and hopefully turn some more people onto her.