Remy Ma Declares She Helped Shift The Modern Female Rap Movement

Which femcee are you checking for in 2019?

(AllHipHop News) Revolt’s State of the Culture returned yesterday. The Hip Hop talk show’s panelists discussed several hot topics involving Jussie Smollett, Chris Brown, Cardi B, R. Kelly, Tory Lanez, and other celebrities.

Joe Budden also brought up the resurgence of female rap. Remy Ma used that as an opportunity to proclaim her role in launching the new era of femcees.

Asian Doll, Bhad Bhabie, Cardi B, City Girls, Cupcakke, DeJ Loaf, DreamDoll, Dreezy, Junglepussy, Kamaiyah, Kash Doll, Kodie Shane, Leikeli47, Little Simz, Maliibu Miitch, Megan Thee Stallion, Noname, Princess Nokia, Queen Key, Rapsody, Rico Nasty, Saweetie, Stefflon Don, Tierra Whack, Tink, and Young M.A are among the performers to gain traction in the music space over the last several years.

“I know. I helped segue that movement,” declared Reminisce Mackie about the resurgence of women in Hip Hop. “How quickly we forget the state of female rap prior to Remy Ma coming home.”

The Bronx spitter was released from prison in 2014 after serving six years for assault, illegal weapon possession, and attempted coercion. After her return to recording, Rem scored a Top 40 hit in 2016 with the Fat Joe, French Montana, and Infared collaboration "All the Way Up.”

In November, Revolt announced the network ordered ten more episodes of State of the Culture. Joe Budden and Remy Ma are joined on the series by Scottie Beam and Brandon “Jinx” Jenkins.

“Joe and I worked tirelessly for months to create a one-of-a-kind show that the culture would love, and the response to State of the Culture has been overwhelmingly positive,” said Revolt Chairman Sean “Diddy” Combs.