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Right from the start, Ramengvrl has already stunned both hiphop and non-hiphop listeners with saucy lyrics, unlady-like words, and unapologetic attitude. Rather than  politics, she prefers to talk about banal (but relatable) topics such as rich kids, backstabbing bitch, and lip colors—wrapped in catchy tunes that you can’t help but sing along.

Despite all that, there’s always a message within her tracks-in her debut single “I’m Da Man” (Prod by Dexfa), she talks about even though she was born a girl, her game is on the same—or even higher—level than the guys out there.


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