There is a beef brewing in the lingerie aisle and it’s all over the size of the woman.
Salt-N-Pepa caught a nice check when their 1987 hit “Push It” got repurposed for a Geico commercial. Thanks to the spot’s success, the groundbreaking female rap group graces the latest cover of Adweek magazine.
As far as all-time Hip-Hop classics go, Salt-N-Pepa’s “Push It” should rank on high on any list when considering all the factors. Released in 1987 as a remix, the record eventually took a life of its own, transcending through generation after generation while the female rap pioneers continued to skyrocket through the mainstream ceiling.
Hip-Hop is still very much a boy’s club, but that doesn’t mean that women haven’t kicked down the doors and made a name for themselves. Over the years, a host of female MCs have come and gone by putting their body parts on display, spewing sluggish rhymes, and going at each other just to be […]