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Throwback Queens of R&B And Rap Playlist

Throwback Queens of R&B And Rap Playlist

Curated By: Girl Tyler

Women’s History Month is incomplete without a FIRE playlist to celebrate musical brilliance. The Throwback Queens of R&B and Rap playlist is a collection of jams that you find yourself humming while you clean, love to perform in the shower, and turn all the way up in the car. These women walked in the booth and laid down legendary vocals with poetic lyricism. Nobody does it quite like them. Channel their Queen vibes. Turn your spot into a karaoke joint and put on a concert! Or go live on social and give your followers a show. Let loose this month, you deserve it, sis!

  • Ladies First by Queen Latifah and Monie Love
  • Roxanne’s Revenge by Roxanne Shante
  • U.N.I.T.Y. by Queen Latifah
  • Tyrone by Erykah Badu
  • He Wasn’t Man Enough by Toni Braxton
  • Are You That Somebody by Aaliyah
  • None of Your Business by Salt-N-Pepa
  • Push It by Salt ’N’ Pepa
  • I'm  Every Woman by Chaka Khan
  • Funkdafied by Da Brat
  • You Don’t Know My Name by Alicia Keys
  • Gotta Man by Eve
  • Party Ain’t A Party by Queen Pen
  • You Want This by Janet Jackson
  • Conceited by Remy Ma
  • Pull Over by Trina
  • Creep by TLC
  • Afro Puffs by The Lady of Rage
  • Gettin’ Some by Shawnna
  • The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly) by Missy Elliott
  • Feeling Myself by Nicki Minaj ft. Beyoncé
  • Whatcha Wanna Do by Mia X
  • Heartbreak Hotel by Whitney Houston ft. Faith Evans & Kelly Price
  • Get Me Home by Foxy Brown ft. Blackstreet
  • Down 4 U by Charli Baltimore, Vita, Ashanti, and Ja Rule
  • It’s Over Now by Deborah CoxDoo Wop (That Thing) by Lauryn Hill
  • Not Tonight by Lil Kim ft. Da Brat, Left Eye, Missy Elliott, and Angie Martinez
  • Supersonic by J.J. Fad

Listen to the playlist, available on Spotify, here.

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