Four of the most recognizable – and possibly most underrated – female rappers in recent years are being united by a new project that aims to renew the female emcee’s presence in commercial Hip-Hop. Babs Bunny, Lady Luck, Amil, and the Lady of Rage have come together to create the Females Earning Money, or FEM Movement. The four women are hoping to reap the benefits of unity without losing their individual solo status, explained co-executive producer Uneek, who developed the new Movement alongside popular New York radio personality and former Yo! MTV Raps host Ed Lover. “None of us are amateurs,” said group member Babs, the last of the four to enter popular consciousness, via MTV’s Making of The Band 2 in 2002. “We are all very talented and we have all worked with major artists in the industry…Rage with Dr. Dre and Snoop, Amil with Jay-Z, Luck with Def Jam and EPMD and myself with Diddy. But at the same time we all still have something to prove.” Continue Reading….
I loved Lady Of Rage. Babs wasn’t bad… the others……..
It will be interesting to see if this project actually takes off and if they each make some change.