TMZ is reporting that rapper Mac Miller has died at age 26 of an apparent drug overdose.
Cardi B Attack Nicki Minaj and Throws Shoe at Her at New York Fashion Week Party https://t.co/X3eZrbnCP7— TMZ (@TMZ) September 8, 2018
Would you try Mustard Pizza? 🍕
I figured since Nicki's been canceled, Cardi should be canceled, Iggy canceled herself, and Azealia never was it's time to invested in some more female rappers.
I know there are a shit ton of female rappers out at the moment, but many ONTDers don't know about them or more than likely ya'll don't listen to hip hop and just want to complain. I will admit that while I've heard of most of these ladies I don't listen to a ton of them. Let's change that together, today. I think all 50 or so ONTDers can band together and give these ladies a few streams. Spread the word to your twitter compadres. Rave about them on ATRL/OneHallyu/KTT/LSA (maybe not, cuz all those sites hate women). Maybe we can get one of these ladies on the Hot 100.
I won't lie; I like trap music, so Rico Nasty speaks to me. In terms of women likely to blow up in the future Rico Nasty is next up. Her sound is very mainstream and she's gaining fame very fast.
Molly Brazy is a trap rapper from the Motor City. Ms. Brazy takes influence from Nicki Minaj and her own hardships to create music that place her among the rap patheon.
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Ontd, who are your favorite female rappers?
Disco legends CHIC just dropped this song "Sober" yesterday, featuring UK r&b icon Craig David and rapper Stefflon Don. This song will also have another version on their album called 'New Jack' Sober" (Teddy Riley version), coming September 28th. A nice track to kick off the weekend!
Armie Hammer: ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Sequel “Will Happen” https://t.co/tGelhmL8zw— Variety (@Variety) September 8, 2018
In case you missed it: Hours before its premiere at TIFF, word got out that the reimagining of The Predator contained a scene with a registered sex offender, actor Steven Wilder Striegel. Striegel also happens to be a friend of the film's director Shane Black. When Olivia Munn found out she was involved in the scene with Strigel, she immediately went to Fox, who removed the scene. The studio released a statement saying that legal limitations on background checks for actors impeded its ability to learn of Striegel's crime when he was hired.
.@OliviaMunn: "It's not an easy thing to be the one to speak up. There are people who get mad at you for not helping them bury it ... I'm sitting here by myself when I should be with the rest of the cast" https://t.co/vBnjnVz9cA pic.twitter.com/jP3qReJh64— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) September 8, 2018
Is anyone still watching the show?