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You can’t discuss women in Hip-Hop without mentioning E-V-E. The self-proclaimed pitbull in skirt entered the game when New York femcees were the face of female rap. The Philly bred rapper made a name for herself as the First Lady of Ruff Ryders, and the rest was Hip-Hop history. In 2002, Eve became the first winner of the Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for “Let Me Blow Ya Mind,” with Gwen Stefani.

The rapper turned actress even had her very own sitcom, which aired on UPN for three seasons. In 2006, she made history as the first female rapper to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. These days, Eve has taken her talents to daytime talk television, while tending to her duties as a wife and mom. With over two decades in the game, it’s safe to say the “Love Is Blind” rapper has cemented her place in the rap game.

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