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Afrocentric and ready to challenge any stereotypes about women, this New Jersey native...
Afrocentric and ready to challenge any stereotypes about women, this New Jersey native was the epitome of girl power hip hop.
Memorable lyrics: "A woman can bear you, break you, take you/ Now it's time to rhyme, can you relate to/ A sister dope enough to make you holler and scream."
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