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Seriously, move over Robert Pattinson (or how he's referred to by many, 'that vampire guy') and FKA Twigs, Azealia Banks is coming for ya..more ways than one.
When the outspoken and politically charged rapper isn't covering The Harlem MC behind "212," one of the most startlingly fresh rap tracks in a minute, Azealia Banks has already netted and let go Lady Gaga's manager -- and her debut LP isn't even out yet.
That album, 'Broke with Expensive Taste,' is slated for an early 2013 release, but her debut mixtape 'Fantasea' is excellent enough to keep us sated until then.
Eve also acted in the 'Barbershop' films and starred in a sitcom (aptly titled 'Eve') for three seasons.
Rapper, singer and songwriter, Lisa Lopes of TLC died in a car crash at age 30, but her memory and legend lives on thanks to the group's immortal catalog of hits.
Forgotten by many fans, Left Eye also released a 2001 solo album called 'Supernova.' Drawing on five decades of music history to produce a sound that's ahead of it's time, British six-piece outfit The Go!
Team own the live concert stage in no small part to frontwoman Ninja.
She raps, chants, sings and leads the band in a sweetly cacophonous musical riot.
Although born in Cape Town, South Africa, Jean Grae grew up in New York City after her jazz musician parents relocated there.
After making the smart decision to change her name from What? to Jean Grae (after the X-Men mutant Jean Grey), this MC announced herself as a major voice in the underground hip hop scene with her 2002 debut 'Attack of the Attacking Things.' Although she made a retirement announcement in 2008, Talib Kweli (who referred to her as "one of the last true MCs left") seemingly persuaded her to reconsidered.
One of the most legendary female MCs in rap history, Foxy Brown first made a splash as part of the New York-based, Dr.
Dre-produced hip hop group the Firm (alongside Nas) before embarking on her own solo career.
1999's 'Chyna Doll,' her second solo LP, was the first album from a female rapper to debut at No. When modern audiences think of Queen Latifah, they probably think 'Cover Girl spokeswoman' or 'major movie actress' before they think 'hip hop innovator.' But after spending her teenage years beatboxing, Queen Latifah debuted at age 19 in 1989 with the classic rap album 'All Hail the Queen.' Since then she's branched out into countless other arenas -- lately, she's been plotting her return to daytime TV hosting for a 2013 show.
Popping onto the scene with the 2007 Top 10 single "Lip Gloss," Lil Mama reentered the Top 10 in 2008 with the Chris Brown, T-Pain featuring "Shawty Get Loose." She's currently a judge on 'America's Best Dance Crew.' One of the biggest female MCs in the game, rapper/singer Lauryn Hill achieved massive critical and commercial success in the late-'90s with the Fugees and as a solo artist before dropping off the radar.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating