It seems to be as if the rebirth of female emcees has begun. Aside from Nicki Minaj (I mean if she’s even still considered a female emcee), you have artists like Nitty Scott, MC, Iggy Azalea and Azealia Banks – just to name a few, who it seems have all showed up from out of nowhere to take the rap game by storm.
Then you have Laidi Passhon, a female lyricist hailing out of Gary, Indiana. With her main goal being to influence the lives of people all over the world, she especially hopes to influence women.
“I think the biggest impact will be helping them [women] to be strong through tribulations and work hard for what you want, and believe you can get it.”
She has an admiration for artists such as Lil Wayne, Cassidy, Jadakiss and the crowd’s favorite, Jay-Z.
“They’re talented, business-minded and unforgettable.”
Her mixtape, “Lady of the Streets” is due out in May, so be on the look out for that. Until then, check out her track “Back Then.”