The Top 15 Female Rappers: 90s Edition

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When it comes to the best female rappers, 90s artists are at the top of the list. The 90s era wasn't just about grunge and boy bands; it was a monumental decade for hip-hop, paving the path for a new generation of lyrical empresses. This was the time when female rappers 90s broke through the glass ceiling, flaunting their distinctive styles, lyrical prowess, and invincible attitudes, fiercely competing with their male counterparts. In this feature, we are riding the waves of nostalgia, cruising back in time to rank the 15 best female rappers from the 90s who not only owned the charts but left an indelible mark on the hip-hop genre.

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15. Nonchalant

Hometown: Washington D.C.

14. Rah Digga

Hometown: Newark, NJ

13. Charli Baltimore

Hometown: Philadelphia, PA

12. Roxanne Shante

Hometown: Queens, NY

11. Heather B

Hometown: Jersey City, NJ

10. Yo-Yo

Hometown: Compton, CA

9. MC Lyte

Hometown: Brooklyn, NY

8. Da Brat

Hometown: Chicago, IL

7. Foxy Brown

Hometown: Brooklyn, NY

6. Eve

Hometown: Philadelphia, PA

5. Queen Latifah

Hometown: Newark, NJ

4. Salt-N-Pepa

Hometown: Queens, NY

3. Lil' Kim

Hometown: Brooklyn, NY

2. Missy Elliott

Hometown: Portsmouth, VA

1. Lauryn Hill

Hometown: South Orange, NJ

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