TikTok’s #WomenInHipHop Campaign Aims to Give Female Rappers Their Flowers

TikTok’s #WomenInHipHop Campaign Aims to Give Female Rappers Their Flowers

TikTok has taken the world by storm the past few years. This company has never been afraid to break barriers and shake up the competition, and in six years, has gained over a billion monthly active users. TikTok has, no doubt, boosted many Black women into stardom, like Latto, Maiya The Don, and Glorilla, and countless others.

They are making history by launching the #WomenInHipHop campaign, shining a light on established and up-and-coming female rappers who are influencing and shaping the culture right before our eyes.

Just in time for both Black History Month and Women’s History Month, the campaign runs from February 22nd to March 8th.

These two weeks will consist of playlists, exclusive artist interviews with Rico Nasty, ExMiranda, Big Boss Vette and Haviah Mighty, feautured on the MuchMusic, and much more!

Women in the rap game are often looked over, ignored, and/or heavily sexualized and judged harshly by the public and music execs. Maiya The Don and Ice Spice, along with 13 other Black creators will be presented on the first-ever Visionary Voices list for advocating for the Black community and being trailblazers, both on and off TikTok. The Bremner Billboard above Scotiabank Arena in Toronto will feature Big Boss Vette, Latto, Monaleo, Coi Leray and Exmiranda from Feb. 22-28, so don’t miss it!

If you are a woman in rap, use the hashtag #WomenInHipHop to spread the word about this dope campaign! It’s time we give women in this industry their flowers!

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