We know that it takes a lot of grit and toughness to make it as a rapper these days. That could not be more true for female rappers. Think about it; this is an industry dominated by males, and girls can either flaunt their feminine assets or just sit on the sidelines and settle for cheap collaborations. Not saying collaborations are bad, but some artists want to be stars in their own right! So here we have some successful female rappers who are both talented and sexy. They strike a good balance between the two and let’s be honest, being “well-endowed” is definitely a bonus!
We hope you enjoy our list of The 20 Sexiest Female Rappers Who Are Blessed in the Chest. When we hear that title, we may automatically think of artist such as Nicki Minaj and Iggy Azalea, and don’t worry! They’re on our list (but where? You’ll have to read to find out!). Yet there are loads of other artists who have earned a spot here. Some may be young guns ready for action, while others are seasoned veterans who are just too good to pass up.
So take your time and get to know these female rappers a bit more. You may even discover a new sound that you like!
20. Lee Mazin
Straight out of Philly comes Lee Mazin. She was welcomed into the rapping world by none other than Meek Mill himself, and at just 22 years old, she holds a lot of potential to be a grade-A rap star. She’s also got the – ahem – assets to become a legend, which is her Number One goal. One of her singles is “She Got It,” and here’s to hoping that she really does have it. Just give her a look and a listen, and you might very well find yourself on Team Lee Mazin. Hm, maybe her name she be “A-Mazin.” Bad pun, sorry.
19. Sasha Go Hard
This young gun is currently unsigned, but she is only in her early twenties, so the world better watch out. Besides having a stellar voice (check out “Why They Mad,”) she is well, stacked. A Chicago native, she definitely knows how to hold her own, so we think that she will make great gains in the music industry. After all, she had to work hard to make it this far. It certainly helps that she is a double threat with her looks and her talent. Her second mixtape was titled Do You Know Who I Am? And was a nice representation of how this street-smart girl is.
18. Noname Gypsy
She may be Noname Gyspy, but the world will not soon forget her. The Chicago native already has connections to other rappers, such as Chance the Rapper and Saba. Combining pumping rhythms and fresh lyrics, she is certainly going to make a name for herself. As far as her aesthetic is concerned, Noname Gyspy definitely has a unique look. There is something sweet, sassy, and sexy about this female rapper, making her somewhat of a wunderkind in today’s music industry. We sure hope that we get to see and hear more from her. Check her out both in collaborations and on her own.
17. Nyemiah Supreme
“Supreme” seems to be a good adjective to describe this rapper. Nyemiah Supreme has perfectly encapsulated the look and feel of a female rapper. Not only is she supremely working it, but her vocals have what it takes, too. Check out some of her videos, such as “Aim Shoot,” “Rock & Roll” (featuring none other than Timbaland,) and “Nothin.” There’s something Nicki Minaj about her, but Nyemiah can definitely stand on her own. After all, she has been doing her thing since she was just 5 years old! Besides rapping, she can dance, too. She even did back-up moves for Chris Brown!
16. Tiffany Foxx
30-year-old Tiffany Foxx is not afraid to burst through the scene and show those younger rappers what’s up. Besides, she has a longer track record than most of her younger competitors. For instance, Foxx collaborated with Snoop Dogg on his album Welcome to the Church: Da Album. A few years later, she partnered with June 5th, and now she is on her own and working it. Signed by International Rock Star Records, she has been likened to rappers such as Lil’ Kim, Amber Rose, Nelly, Akon, and LoLa Monroe. Not too shabby, if we do say so ourselves. Keep an eye out!
Rapsody hails from North Carolina and is signed by It’s a Wonderful World Music Group. Some of her songs include “Illuminaughty,” “Betty Shabazz,” and “Moments of Love.” The 27-year-old also made an appearance with Kendrick Lamar on “To Pimp A Butterfly.” Other folks are taking notice of the rapper, too. For instance, the Green Label by Mountain Dew has recognized Rapsody as one of the all-time most influential female emcees. Clearly, we are going to find it hard to ignore this stand-out artist. And with shout-outs from USA Today, TIME magazine, and XXL, she is on the fast track to success.
14. Gifted Gab
You would be “dead wrong” if you think that Gifted Gab is just a one-hit wonder. This rapper comes from Seattle Washington, and she may be just 24 years old, but do not doubt her talents. Music and rhythm are in this girl’s blood. Her mother was a singer in the church choir, and so was Gab. She delved into piano playing when she was just 6 years old and soon began memorizing inspiring raps. Faced with hardships, such as her mother’s cancer diagnosis, Gab knows what real pain feels like. Those emotions come out through her raps, which have earned her recognition from TIME Magazine and XXL.
Lizzo, also known as Melissa Jefferson, is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She has transcended the music industry genres of rap, hip-hop, alternative, and indie music. Not only that, but this pioneer helped to form the groups The Chalice, Grrrl Prty, The Clerb, and Absynthe. Yeah, she’s kind of a big deal. She is also an inspiration, using her music to speak out against body bashing and racial slurs. She is not afraid to call out the “African-American myths” out there, and she is also refusing to be defined by race, religion, or gender. Sounds like a true fighter to us!
12. Nicki Minaj
Who does not know of Nicki Minaj? The 33-year-old rapper is just as hot and determined as her younger counterparts. Her Trinidadian roots really come out in her songs, making her unique and cutting-edge in the music industry. That is especially important today since you have to do something special to have staying power. Some of her hit songs include “Anaconda,” “Super Bass,” “Bang Bang,” and “Starships.” She may be short (just 5-foot, 2-inches) but she is amply endowed, for sure. Currently, she is dating artist Meek Mill and the two were photographed together for GQ Magazine in the fall of 2015.
11. Angel Haze
Here is a young beauty with loads of talent. Angel Haze is just 23 years old, but she comes from Detroit, Michigan and New York City, and can definitely hold her own against the competition. Some of her songs include “22 Jump Street,” “Battle Cry,” and “Werkin’ Girls.” What we like about her is that she is not afraid to be different. That bravery and determination has earned her a Video Music Award nomination for Best Video with A Social Message (for her song “Moonrise Kingdom.”) She also sells merchandise and has an active Twitter account where all of her followers can stay up-to-date!
Straight out of “Hotlanta” comes Diamond, a 27-year-old with more than one kind of asset. She got her start with the group Crime Mob, but now she is standing on her own. It is a good thing that she is named after one of the hardest minerals on earth because she has had some run-ins with other artists, namely Keyshia Cole. The singer called out Diamond for sleeping with her hubby, Daniel Gibson. Awkward! Even so, Diamond has still been doing well and has not let that drama get the best of her. She was a star on T.I.’s VH1 reality television series, Sisterhood of Hip Hop.
9. Brooke Candy
Brooke Candy seriously makes us think of what Lady Gaga would be like if she delved into the rapping world. Really. Besides having a similar appearance, it seems that Brooke Candy is not afraid to be different. And that is a good thing, considering she is in a very tough industry. The 26-year-old is from California and found instant fame for her collaboration in “Genesis” with Grimes. Signed by RCA Records, her newest album is called Rubber Band Stacks. The sound features collaborations, rough beats, and plenty of music videos to showcase assets other than her voice. That being said, her rhymes are dope, too.
8. Foxy Brown
Before you call out Foxy Brown for being too old, hear us out. For one, she is only 37 years old, which is not that old. Just think about Mick Jagger! Secondly, she is a triple threat, which we think definitely earns a spot on our list. This lady is not only a rapper, but a model and actress as well. Some of her albums include III Na NA, Chyna Doll, III Na Na 2, The Fever, Black Roses, and Brooklyn’s Don Diva. She was featured as a special guest on Nicki Minaj’s Pink Friday Tour in 2012. Pretty big deal, indeed! Foxy Brown is definitely a sight to see; she is Afro-Trinidadian, Indo-Trinidadian, and Chinese Trinidadian.
7. LoLa Monroe
29-year-old LoLa Monroe is an Ethiopian, Trinidadian-American rapper, as well as a model and actress. She is signed by Taylor Gang Records and earned a BET Award nod for Best Female Hip-Hop Artist. So yeah, she’s a big deal. She appeared alongside Wendy Williams in Queen of Media and named herself after none other than Marilyn Monroe. Those are big shoes to fill, but she’s got this. Some of her collaborations include work with Chevy Woods and Juicy J. She has one child with her husband, rapper King Los. We guess she can add one more job to her resume: mother!
6. Iggy Azalea
Now we go down under to find Iggy Azalea, a 25-year-old Sydney native who works as not only a rapper, but a model and songwriter, too. Talk about a triple-threat. The leggy artist has released successful songs such as “Pretty Girls,” “Trouble,” and “Bounce.” She has transcended genres and appeared on Demi Lovato’s newest album. Other tie-ins with the rich and famous include Britney Spears, Charli XCX, and T.I. Needless to say, we do not think that Iggy Azalea is going away anytime soon. And an added bonus for all of us is that many of her music videos show off her model-ready bod.
5. Jean Deaux
Another Chicago native, Jean Deaux has been deemed “Chicago’s next big thing.” She has a lot going for her; she is young, she is attractive, and she has the chops to make it in the big-time. Her raps fuse soul and hip-hop to make a unique sound. One of her most popular songs is “Black Planet,” in which she collaborated with Calez. Other songs include “Escape” with Saba and “Open Letter.” Her hard work and musicality combines to produce her album, Soular System, a nice play on words that emphasizes her soulfulness. We certainly hope to see and hear more from her soon!
4. Azealia Banks
Unafraid and unashamed, rapper Azealia Banks leaves it all on the table for us. Check out her videos for “Chasing Time,” “Liquorice,” and “1991.” If anyone can rock a star-spangled bikini and still look fierce, it’s Azealia Banks. She also sells loads of merch for her fans to snatch up (and there are tons of fans, don’t you worry!) One of her trademark sayings is “Broke with expensive taste,” an indicator of her playmate-slash-beauty queen persona. Raised in Harlem, New York, she not only raps, but writes some of her songs, too. We definitely want to hear more from this 24-year-old.
We just gotta give Eve some love. The Philly native has been a mainstay on the female rap and hip-hop stage for years. Some of her many achievements include several hit singles, a Grammy Award, and multi-million dollar sales for 3 of her albums. Even Entertainment Weekly had to give up for Eve, stating that she “set a new standard in hip-hop.” For her fourth album, she went with her own record label, moved to London, and really explored a different side of herself. So at 37 years old, she still has what it takes to hang with the young guns!
Yes, we know what you’re thinking: Fergie? Really? Yes, really! Okay, hear us out. She is stacked, she is a team player (hello, Black Eyed Peas?!), and she has had a spectacular solo career. Just try not to sing along to “My Humps” and “Fergalicious.” We dare you! Her vocals are effortless, her look is sexy and edgy, and her collaborations are spot-on. What’s not to love? Her album The Dutchess pretty much sums up how we feel about Fergie. She has got it all. Check out her collaboration with YG in “L.A. Love” and fall in love with her all over again.
Tink is just 20 years old, but she has got what it takes to be a household name in the female rapping world. So far, she has brought us 6 mixtapes and 3 albums: Winter’s Diary, Blunts & Ballads, and Alter Ego. Her studio debut album came out in 2015. That was a stellar year for Tink, who was named one of XXL’s Freshman Class members. She has even been likened to stars such as Da Brat and Lauryn Hill. Not bad for someone who has only been around for two decades. Her collaborations include “Want It,” featuring Kelela. “Don’t Tell Nobody,” featuring Jeremih, and “That Did It,” along with Sleigh Bells.