Femcees on the rise

Berry Heart
Berry Heart

Since its establishment Hip Hop has always been a male dominated industry. In fact, it is only a few women, who over recent years managed to break the mould and make it in the industry. As a way of celebrating Women’s Month Mmegi Correspondent DUMISANI NCUBE takes a look at local Hip Hop queens that are making a buzz in the rap scene

Layara Marks

The upcoming rapper has an underground rap influence, which makes her more of an intellectual lyricist. Her rap focuses on social commentary of the state and other related issues. She is a regular face at open mic sessions such as Motswrapoetry and other Hip Hop sessions. Layara Marks has two tracks, Antidote and Freedom Fighters, at the moment. At her live performances she carries a juice bottle and a backpack. She prefers to be called the Daughter of God.

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