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Old 07-09-2013, 04:39 AM   #51 (permalink)
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Nicky Minaj is quite a rapper..the voice is great and the raps are absolutely amazing...one should hear to her at least once..she is great..
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i liked the femalerapper who raps for bollywood songs and she is from uk . Guess who?
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Out of the Box: An Interview with Rapper Iggy Azalea - Culture - Music, Movies, Art, Profiles, and More

Vogue says Iggy Azalea is the best. Meanwhile lol.

Nicki's got so much on her, Iggy likes to use bs ****ing slurs and justifies it with reaching as fuq excuses. How is she ~special for touching on sexuality? What is it? Is it cause she's white? I don't get it. That's pretty basic for female rappers honestly (not that it's bad, at all) but really why is this acting like it's new?
Vogue is right, Iggy is the best. I far prefer her style and she doesn't forget where she came from. I know most won't agree with this but I love her intensity, her aggressiveness and her ability to have fun and connect with her fans.
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The only difference between her and other female rappers is she's white, racist, and Australian. She's not more "aggressive" or connect with her fans better than people like Nicki, besides to insult every PoC she comes across. If she's "not forgetting where she came from" how come she likes to perpetuate the notion that she's actually American, playing up "Miami" like it's where she's actually from?

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The only difference between her and other female rappers is she's white, racist, and Australian. She's not more "aggressive" or connect with her fans better than people like Nicki, besides to insult every PoC she comes across. If she's "not forgetting where she came from" how come she likes to perpetuate the notion that she's actually American, playing up "Miami" like it's where she's actually from?
People move to new places all the time. She left at 16 to American and she would not only would have been overwhelmed by such a big and busy place but she came to learn, love and respect the Miami culture. I believe she's not really just a white rapper. It's clear through watching her interviews about her experiences in America, that African American rappers have grown on her so much that she is thus speaking the way a African American rapper does. Based on her upbringing I don't think its fair to put her into the irrelevant artists box. This is just my theory but I do think environment has played a part in her behaviour now in adulthood.

There is also nothing wrong to associate America as home, people often feel they don't belong in the places they grew up in.
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It's clear through watching her interviews about her experiences in America, that African American rappers have grown in her
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People move to new places all the time. She left at 16 to American and she would not only would have been overwhelmed by such a big and busy place but she came to learn, love and respect the Miami culture. I believe she's not really just a white rapper. It's clear through watching her interviews about her experiences in America, that African American rappers have grown on her so much that she is thus speaking the way a African American rapper does. Based on her upbringing I don't think its fair to put her into the irrelevant artists box. This is just my theory but I do think environment has played a part in her behaviour now in adulthood.

There is also nothing wrong to associate America as home, people often feel they don't belong in the places they grew up in.
Do you know a lot about how "african american" rappers speak? Do all "african american" rappers insult their fan bases of colour? You're still making this out to be a minor thing when she's insulting PEOPLE WHO ORIGINATED THE CULTURE holy **** why is this so hard for you to get? Like wow I am truly baffled that you're writing off her racism so easily.
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