DirtySouthHipHop picks our top 4 female hip-hop collab
Female hip-hop collaborations will forever be one of the best things coming out of hip hop culture. Hip hop’s greatest female artist such as Lil Kim, Nicki Minaj, and hip hop mogul Missy Elliot all have had their hits in the Billboard Top 100 while also making the culture heard. Here at DirtySouthHipHop, we will cover our top 4 favorite female hip-hop collaborations of all time.
Female Collab #4: Lizzo feat Sophia Eris – Batches and Cookies (2013)
Lizzobangers, an album by Lizzo before her mainstream fame, has caught the attention of DirtySouthHipHop. The single “Batches and Cookies” must be described as overpowering compared to her other songs on the playlist. This collab with Sophia Eris has created a song with a monotonous hook. It has lyrics about hallucinogenic drugs and shopping in thrift stores.
Female Collab #3: Nicki Minaj feat Foxy Brown – Coco Chanel
“Coco Chanel” by Nicki Minaj is based on the Jamaican dancehall Showtime riddim. While comparing to Minaj’s other pop hits, “Cocoa Chanel” is the total opposite. While this song is a wretched collaboration with Foxy Brown, who had also defended Minaj during her beef with others, the song does justice while it’s filled with “stinging put-downs, West Indian slang, and a Spanish-language appreciation to Yoko Ono”.
Female Collab #2: Cardi B feat Megan Thee Stallion – WAP
Cardi B’s song “WAP” featuring Meg Thee Stallion has to be GenZ’s national anthem. Popular social media sites, such as Tiktok, have not just blown up this catchy beat but have also led to multiple remixes. Besides it being a record-breaking success, apparently everyone from CeeLo Green to Tiger King’s Carole Baskin have been involved in controversy over this song. Not only this, but a band of Tiktokers created the WAP dance before the song rose to its fame. While coloring with internet personality, Cardi made the song even more epic.
Female Collab #1: Missy Elliott feat Da Brat – Sock It 2 Me
Of course, we couldn’t forget about the classics. From Missy Elliott’s debut album Supa-Dupa Fly, “Sock It to Me” offers the perfect balance of beautiful vocals and fresh rapping. The song includes legendary verses from So So Def artist Da Brat.