On Saturday (May 15), the iconic clique reconnected for the Lovers & Friends music festival in Las Vegas, where Lauryn Hill was headlining, but it was backstage that went viral after Wyclef, Lauryn Hill, Pras, Rah Digga, Young Zee, Pace Won, and Forté was filmed
If anyone thought the discussion on hymens was going away any time soon, think again. With the potential passage of a ban on “purity exams” in New York on the table, Rah Digga says she too checked her daughter’s hymen similar to her brethren in Hip-Hop, T.I.
Brand Nubian member and Hip-Hop veteran Lord Jamar is no stranger to controversy, so his latest statement regarding women in Hip-Hop doesn’t come as a surprise.
If you’re familiar with Rah Digga, then you already know that she’s got a tongue like a chef’s knife. On Wednesday afternoon (September 14), the New Jersey native was cooling on Twitter, watching the mess go down on Kid Cudi’s page like everyone else.
Iggy Azalea is no stranger to being the odd woman out in this Hip-Hop game and she’s recently earned a new adversary in Rah Digga.
Rah Digga’s recent in-depth conversation with ThisIs50 delved into an array of topics, including her relationship with Busta Rhymes and her thoughts on Iggy Azalea.
It’s counterproductive to note gender when mentioning MCs, especially when artists like Rah Digga have been decimating microphones for decades. The veteran wordsmith returns with “Storm Comin,” a lyrical battle cry that features some uplifting words from the legendary Chuck D.
Rah Digga is an insanely dope MC, period. The New Jersey product drops a quick freestyle called “Mostly The Voice” that serves as homage to the late Keith “Guru” Elam of Gang Starr and as a notice to corny female rappers.
Rah Digga has long cemented her position as one of the best female rappers of all time, rising to prominence as part of New Jersey crew, The Outsidaz and Busta Rhymes‘ Flipmode Squad. Shifting gears somewhat, Digga has launched a Kickstarter campaign to help raise funds for a community dance center in her native Newark.
Talib Kweli blesses up with a pair of new records from his forthcoming Prisoner Of Conscious album. “Art Imitates Life” features Black Thought and Rah Digga while “One Two” features Jae Millz and Oh No.