This past year, we have been watching these ladies put in work during a pandemic and we're looking forward to seeing what they do in 2021.
Lakeyah Danaee from Milwaukee, WI released her first solo project "The Keymix" at 17 years old. The mixtape got over a million streams shortly after the release date. When she was still in highschool, Lakeyah released her second mixtape "Keymix 2", and since then she signed to Quality Control Music.
Houston rapptress Ken The Man released her mixtape "4 Da 304s" earlier this year independently. She took time during the pandemic to focus on her music and growing her fan base. Over the summer, her single "He Be Like" blew up quickly making her a breakthrough artist.
Born in Norfolk, Virginia, Salma Slims moved to Atlanta at age three. She rose to prominence after she became "First Lady" of Private Club Records. She is known for her hit singles "Who Is Salma Slims" and "The Diary of Salma Slims" among others. She was inspired when she saw TLC live at the age of 6 years old. She knew she wanted to be on stage ever since.
Dess Dior has been rapping since the age of 12. While starting in a teen rap group, she later developed into a solo artist when she moved away from her group members. After moving Atlanta, GA to pursue her career as an artist, she quickly gained a following on Youtube and started releasing music.
T Marie is a songwriter and rapper from Philly known for her wordplay and freestyles. She recently released her new project “I Appreciate Your Patience”.
Richie Re is an independent, multi-talented hip-hop recording artist. Richie Re is the complete package. By way of Flint, Michigan Richie Re has made Atlanta home. As a force to be reckoned with she is rapidly on the rise with her straightforward lyrics and undeniable style.
K Goddess’s music has always been a storytelling tool, giving listeners insights into growing up in Brownsville. Since 2017 she’s released three mixtapes: Diary of a Goddess, Big Goddess V1, and, most recently, The Arrival. While her music has roots in gangster rap, K Goddess’s sound is versatile. Her music showcases various flows and sounds, but it still remains true to Brooklyn.
Enchanting’s stage name speaks for itself. Pressing play on an Enchanting verse, you’re instantly mesmerized by the ethereal textures the 22-year-old songstress brings to the mic. Coming out of Fort Worth, Texas, Enchanting began to pursue music around the age of 18. Most recently, Enchanting appeared alongside K Shiday on Gucci Mane’s compilation tape, Gucci Mane Presents: So Icy Summer.
Sukihana is a rapper and social media personality, originally from Wilmington, Delaware. She grew up in Atlanta. She rose to fame while through her posts on Instagram, and for her viral songs, such as "Blame Trina", "5 Foot Freestyle" and "Drug Dealer" featuring Cuban Doll.
Kayykilo spent her childhood in both cities Baton Rouge and Lake Charles, La. The passion for music started with Kayykilo for as long as she can remember, Kayykilo began writing music at just the age of 10. She believes every true artist is a poet with rhythm and flow enhanced. She has made her debut in the music world be releasing "Freestyle" which was picked up in Houston,Tx.
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