From Roxanne Shante to Nicki Minaj, women have played a large role in hip-hop. However, their accomplishments are often overshadowed as being the token female. In our last Black Music History Month episode, the SSN Crew, along with special guests Sha of the Royal Legacy Experience and Yani Mo, highlight the legacies of MC Lyte, Salt-N-Pepa, Queen Latifah, Lauryn Hill and Missy Elliott as we pay homage to all of the mistresses of ceremony throughout the history of hip-hop music.
• 00:00:00: Intro/Brief History of Women in Hip-Hop
• 00:21:57: MC Lyte
• 00:39:57: Salt-n-Pepa
• 01:04:12: Queen Latifah
• 01:28:08: Lauryn Hill
• 02:07:55: Missy Elliott
• 02:29:53: Women in Hip-Hop Today/Outro
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