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Hip-Hop girls: Chicago

Sat., Dec. 8, 2012 12:40 PM EST
by Zondra Hughes

Chief Keef’s raw, blood-soaked hood tales that have inspired neighborhood creativity (or violence, depending on who you talk to), is not a mens-only club.

Here are a few baby-faced hip-hop girls from the Chief Keef school of living dangerously. Some are his neighbors, others are teen female rappers that are making waves in their own neighborhoods. All represent the new face of street hip-hop, where tattoos and free-styling have replaced girlie glam and outlandish costumes.

Chicago rapper Shady

Shady

Claim to fame:  “Go In”

Twitter: @MusicByShady

 

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