So don’t call it a come back when female rappers reemerge from the dark and coincide among the ranks with the greatest. As award shows and music charts leave women displaced, one of the Bronx Ny born indie artist Connie Cash, contends to be the Muhammed Ali of female rappers. Cash maybe the underdog but is determined to rise as the champion. Giving credit to a real strong right hook, she blazes a beat with the rembrants of Jay-Z’s, “Song Cry” playing in the background, but Connie’s forecast is a little brighter. Flipping to what is important to woman, Cash connects on other tracks such as, “Where U R” showcasing that she needs to be exactly that. Writing since the age of 12, Cash’s dream to be on top of the game developed before public eyes and ears in 1997 on Hot 97’ NY, radio show “Check The Rhyme”. The city spoke loud and clear through their votes casting her as a winner consecutively. “People got in-tune to the elements of Connie Cash”. She said in a recent interview, “But you really can’t like someone if you don’t know them” “I can do it like a dude, but I’m a chick” Hailing from B.O.O.G.E. (Boss On One Grind Ent) an all female coalition, Cash knows the ups and downs of not only the Hip Hop business but life in general. Her answer to anyone that has a dream in life is to, “Don’t let things in life derail you when you are coming from a place where there aren’t many options, things can derail you but don’t let it stop you.” “ I think that I am definitely capable to succeed in music and someone has to pick up where the others (female rappers) left off.” So now Connie Cash is coming out with new mixtapes, albums, and parties in the tri state area by the end of the year, but please don’t call it a comeback.
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