Female emcees are a controversial breed. While there have always been talented women in the rap game, they have historically being locked out of the big time and many have had to make costly compromises to get heard. But since women in hip-hop is becoming less of a rarity, those that are distinctive, consistent and fresh — even if your name is not Nicki Minaj, are making serious headway in the industry. Case in point; Detroit’s Deuces Wild duo, featuring Ms. Creme and Nikki Brown, are the real deal with tracks and skills that rival even the biggest names in hip-hop.
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