Lil Dark recently took to social media to praise women in the industry. Yesterday, he wrote on his Instagram story, “Making hip-hop fun again.” The rapper continued, “I know they’re all getting paid, but let’s screw them up like we were doing. Keep the women who were saluting up.” .
Women are getting into the game these days, and most of them are quick to get behind their fellow women in the hip-hop world. Just today, her 22-year-old New York-based artist Scar received praise from her rapper star Cardi B. Cardi told her followers, and he even sent an email. [wants] she will do it. ” She went on to hint at a possible collaboration with the newcomer, who has also worked with Snoop Dogg. Lat also revealed earlier this year that she doesn’t charge other female artists for featuring. “I use my power to encourage others on their way up,” she said. signboard. Yesterday, it was also revealed that female MC GloRilla has been nominated for six BET Awards this year. She’s been nominated for her Album of the Year, as well as Best Female Hip-Hop Artist, Best New Artist, and more.
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Lil Dark Tells Women in Gaming to ‘Keep Aiming Higher’
Lil Dark has been very vocal on social media lately. Earlier this week, he took to Instagram again to share some unconfirmed plans with his followers. “I want to say the biggest prayer in Chicago for Muslims, forget my pride and quickly bring everyone together,” he said on his Instagram story. He went on to claim that he wanted to squash the “little beef,” and said, “And when you’ve fixed the problem, help me banish the little beef to a private place.”
Just yesterday, Lil Dark also hinted at a possible collaboration with country singer Morgan Warren. “Me and Morgan should make an album together,” he wrote on Instagram.[First] to do it. ” He went on to say, “Everything we win is like making a country album.”Durk and Warren have previously worked together almost healed Song “Stand By Me”
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