Toure, a contributing editor at Rolling Stone spoke with FoxNews.com about the new crop of white female rappers entering the game including Sarai, Jessy Moss and the group Northern State. “Hip-hop is so much about blackness and maleness and black women can get in the game based on their blackness, and a white man can get in the game based on their proximity to black men,” Toure said. “But white women don’t connect on either end. It’s going to be really hard to envision a white girl on the mic having some credibility and legitimacy.” Read more.
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