Lady London dropped her "Black Love" freestyle, and again she does not disappoint. Her unique voice draws in and makes you feel as if you're listening to someone read from their diary. "All Black loud when you speak / This Black love could probably power the streets." Its poetry meets freestyle. Lady London is definitely one of our Freestyle Queens.
Megan Thee Stallon dropped her "Southside Forever" freestyle that was cocky & confident. But, we as women are not just one thing, so we need female rap to represent all sides of us. Lady London's freestyle is vulnerable and introspective. Sometimes I am Megan, and sometimes I am Lady London.
Both represent the duality I said that female rap needs to survive. This is why female rap is so much better than male rap right now.
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