Rap Round Table: The Best Female Rapper Of All Time Is...

Some rappers happen to be thoughtful, intelligent people. Each week, Rocks Off will have some of them here discussing issues relevant to their culture.

This Week's Panel: Zavey, hasHBrown, Scooby, Medicine Girl, Nicki Minaj, Renzo, Rob Gullatte, more.

Not Invited: Hologram Tupac

This Week's Prompt: Here's something we've never really considered: Who is the greatest female rapper of all-time?

Doughbeezy: Nicki Minaj.

Scooby: I don't be on the girl rap, but without a doubt, Nicki Minaj. But Da' Brat hard too.

Renzo: Shawnaa, with Da' Brat on her heels.

Rob Gullatte: If we're talking strictly music, I need to think, but overall impact the greatest female rapper of all-time is Queen Latifah.

hasHBrown: 1. Lauryn Hill. 2. Jean Grae. 3. Rah Digga.

Chuckway: Candi Redd is the best female rapper.

Kyle Hubbard: Easy, Jean Grae. Listen to "A-Alikes" and you'll realize there isn't much of a discussion.

Preemo: Lauryn Hill.

Chane: I pay homage to Queen Latifah, MC Lyte and Lauryn Hill but I gotta go with the queen bee, Lil' Kim, as the greatest rapper of all-time. She took the female rap game to a whole another level.

Eskabel: MC Lyte.

Medicine Girl: Lil' Kim.

Nasty: To answer your question, Tyga is the greatest female MC ever.

#Thurogod: MC Lyte or Eve.

Mac: Da' Brat was hard; hard rhymes, funky beats. MC Lyte was too. Da' Brat had more hits.

YS: Lauryn Hill, hands down.

D-Risha: Damn, I'm gonna say MC Lyte because she was truly a female MC in the traditional sense and she paved the way for Jean Grae, Rah Digga and others.

Zavey: Lauryn Hill.

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