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Rico Nasty

"I'm making music for the people who don't know if they should say no. For the people that do too much," Rico Nasty says. "For the people who get too loud, get too rough. The girls that are too tough, the girls that are just not soft enough for society." Amanda Howell Whitehurst for NPR hide caption

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Flo Milli's You Still Here, Ho? tops this week's shortlist of the best albums out on July 22. BANVOA/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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New Music Friday: The best releases out on July 22

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2020 Was The Year Female Rappers Dominated

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Rico Nasty is one of the leading voices in the current style of hip-hop that adopts elements from hardcore and punk rock. Rich Fury/Getty Images for Coachella hide caption

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In The Wide World Of Hip-Hop, There's A Style For Everyone

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