The most influential women in American Rap

American Rap has never lacked female figures. Many women have made their mark over the years and remain impressive artists to this day in the shadow of the Cardi B/Nicki Minaj battle. Here are some of the most influential feminine figures in American rap.

Megan Thee Stallion

Megan Thee Stallion hails from Houston and is known as the most successful rapper in Texas (across all genres). She is both explosive and provocative. Her personality is brimming with an exceptional charisma that should take her far. Megan never misses an opportunity to point to the legendary Pimp C as her inspiration. This rapper combines two musical disciplines in which she excels. These are raw freestyle and athletic twerking.


Hailing from the Bay Area, Saweetie is a very prolific and influential woman in American rap. This rapper with a sharp talent, has strengthened her rise in her career in 2018. This year has been a busy one for her with some nice surprises of distinction. In addition, the rapper is close to Kehlani and Quavo with whom she has not stopped having fruitful collaborations. In 2019, she settled into the limited list of must-have rappers with a Petey Pablo cover on "My Type".

Kash Doll

Kash Doll is a young rap artist who is making a name for herself in American rap. She appears as a talent with a particularly technical rap. Today, many women affiliate themselves with Queen Kash for musical collaborations. Yet, she only began her illustration in 2018 with her project "Brat Mail". She has become one of the hottest female artists of the moment, especially with the support of Rihanna. Her visual "Ice Me Out" comes to prove her right with 9.3 million views.

In addition, there are other women who distill their influence on American rap besides those mentioned above. These include Coi Leray, Bangg 3, Queen Key, Molly Brazy and many other iconic figures in the rap scene.