The numerous ladies in Hip-Hop who have actually assisted form the culture into the around the world phenomenon it is today are being commemorated in an ABC News Special entitled Real Queens of Hip-Hop: The Women Who Changed The Game, set to air next Monday (Oct. 18) at 10 p.m ET on ABC.
Narrated by Salt of famous rap group Salt-N-Pepa, the one-hour program will consist of an initial spoken word efficiency by rap icon MC Lyte and be scored by hit-making manufacturer WondaGurl. Recording the function of ladies in the birth and development of Hip-Hop, Real Queens of Hip-Hop will consist of interviews with leaders like MC Sha-Rock and Roxanne Shanté, along with present super stars like Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, and City Girls, taking audiences on a sequential journey while highlighting the individual battles and accomplishments that have actually been experienced in their particular professions.
Featuring Queen Latifah, Monie Love, Da Brat, Lauryn Hill Missy Elliott, Eve, Trina, Nicki Minaj, and other critical figures that have actually blazed the path for females in the rap market, Real Queens of Hip-Hop marks ABC’s ongoing expedition of the culture, which Marie Nelson, senior vice president of incorporated material technique at ABC News, spoke upon in a declaration accompanying the statement of the unique.
” I matured listening to and enjoying the pioneering work of female hosts and was impressed by just how much I found out when previewing this unique,” Nelson stated. “With tasks like ‘The Real Queens of Hip-Hop,’ ABC News and ABC Entertainment are working to super-serve culturally varied and multigenerational audiences with genuine and pertinent storytelling that broadens the lens and locations their experiences at the center.”
Produced by an all-female group consisting of director Fatima Curry (who likewise acts as co-executive manufacturer together with Melia Patria), Real Queens of Hip-Hop: The Women Who Changed The Game is a testimony to the job’s over-arching style of empowerment among ladies in Hip-Hop and society as an entire, and stated to be a must-watch for audiences of all-genders alike.
Watch the trailer for Real Queens of Hip-Hop: The Women Who Changed The Game listed below.
What have females in hip hop provided to the culture? Whatever. From @mclyte, @DaRealMonieLove, @IAMQUEENLATIFAH, & @MissyElliott to @MsLaurynHill, @TheRealEve, @citygirls, @sosobrat, @iamcardib, @NICKIMINAJ, @theestallion
— ABC News (@ABC) October 12, 2021