Honest question: who would round out your favorite female rappers of 2016?
While there is a long list of talented female emcees in general, this year has failed to produce much from Hip-Hop’s male counterparts, outside of say, drops from Rapsody, Tink, and… well, that’s it, really. (If I’m missing any, feel free to loop me in).
After releasing her Mind, Body & Phlow EP a couple of months ago, Stephanie Asuai Eyime, aka Phlow is back to show-and-prove her god-given gift of putting pen to paper, and then “transitioning from the papyrus to the booth.”
Fresh off being featured in The Source’s World Wide Woman series, Phlow joins Teck-Zila for “Phlowetic Justice,” a reimagining of Kendrick Lamar’s “Poetic Justice.” Listen to the loosie below and stay tuned for more.