generally, I dislike female rappers nowadays. Back in the day, the female artists that were out there went hard, but with how much music has bogged down over a decade, its hard to take a female artist seriously without laughing in their faces. Even those who are mainstream today dont have the best lyrics and best flow. Its more about appeal, selling sex, gimmicks, blah blah.
When I saw the facebook post from tech's page, I looked into snow tha product. Yeah, shes a female, which when I saw her I almost didnt even want to bother to push play and LISTEN to the song. Its hard to take a female rapper seriously. But then again, when I think about the old school Tech N9ne and back in the day when he had the red spiked hair and the crazy facepaint, there were people who wouldnt even give tech a try just based off of looks. But if they took the moment to LISTEN to what he had to offer then people would be more open to him back then. There are some things on her little freestyles and mixtape stuff that make her shine. This chick is very real and shes got the look to sell. The lyrics are not legendary as say, Tupac and Biggie, but at the end of the day she goes in a lot better then 90 percent of male artists out on the radio and most of all females today. Im giving props to a chick chasing a dream and having that same desire about music Tech N9ne has when he does 200 shows in a year and all these back to back to back albums. I would most definately love to hear her on a track with Tech, hell, maybe become the floorplan to this "female Choppers" that Tech has envisioned for a long time. Have Alyssa Marie on it too! Get Sundae. You get the idea. Im kind of glad to have had my eyes open to a new artist and interested to see where this collab goes.
I'm all for females getting looked at as equal, but some female rappers seem too awkward to me. They either try too hard to seem manly and thug, they have too high of voices (whihc annoys me with male rappers too), or they stay away from emotional music and stay with trying to prove themselves and blend in by talking about drinking, drugs, and starting riots and things like that. I do like some, though.
I think Snow is alright, and so in Sundae, but Nitty Scott is the best female rapper right now, in my opinion. She has great beats, flows, lyrics, and a nice voice. And, from interviews, she's really nice and chill.