”I'm not the only chick that raps in Sweden, there is a fat lot of talented girls who rap. It was very important for me to take off from the start. Hiphopkillar will not be so, is there any place in the limelight. However, as a girl, then you should be the one and only, 'the queen'. I don't agree with, we have so many 'queens'.”
Linda Piras-the words are taken from an interview with the TT a year or two ago, and put his finger on some important points.
first Of all: Hip-hop has always been a male-dominated genre in which you hårddraget can say is that it has only been room for one woman at a time.
For the second: Linda Pira played an important role in order to change it.
" I think a lot changed when Linda Pira appeared and then when she took all the girls to ”Snap my fingers”-the remix. There, I found that it happened on the stage, " says Tina Mehrafzoon, music journalist and presenter on bbc Radio.
Linda also talked about that there may be room for more than one, it is not surprising if there is more than one format. It was a momentous occasion for us and what we are seeing today.< https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=CloPMxoqWeA&feature=emb_title
Linda Pira made a name for himself in 2012 when she appeared in the Stors to the song ”Rum and lemon', and was predicted to have a lot of really becoming the next ”queen” in the hiphopscenen just as Feven was the ”queen” at the beginning of the 2000's.
Linda Pira didn't want to sit alone on the throne of england. Instead, she chose to invite, and to highlight a long list of female rappers and singers to the ”Snap my fingers”-the remix: Rosh, Cleo, Rawda, Joy, Julia, Spada, Sep, Kumba, and Part of the Falcon.
in the music Video for the song was uploaded on Youtube on February 21, 2014 and has 2.4 million views.
" role Models are skitviktiga. ”Snap my fingers”-the remix is a historic song, in the day when you listen to it, gives it so much energy. You feel strongly about it, " said Tina Mehrafzoon.* * *
In today's american hip-hop is bigger than ever before. In the last year, Einár of the most-played artist on Spotify in Sweden, and his songs were played more often than the Aviciis, Why Eilishs and Ed Sheerans.
In the wake of the ”Snap my fingers”-the remix can be heard at the same time, an increasing number of women in the genre.
" It's more accepted. I think it just needed to get out of some of the younger guys, it's all about someone getting brösta the bottom of it and find a little piece of shit. Then, it will open up and become more and more accepted. Before, there were a few, and then I came up with, and Imenella and L1na was also, to name but a few. It has grown to be more and more, said Jelassi.
The 22-year-old Farstarapparen, whose full name reads, Come Jelassi, made her debut in 2018, when she appeared in the Black Mooses ”20 salmon,” along with Michel Dida, and the way to victory.
" It was the first verse that I wrote. Before that, I had written the poems, that there was no flow, but I was able to just the words, said Jelassi.< https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyqR6bDDIF0&feature=emb_title
At the end of last year she released the ep ”Gate 43,” which, among other things, contains the Einár co-operation ”Sema7ni” that has been played 2.4 million times in my life right now.
" When I released my ep, and that's when I started to take it seriously. It was then that I knew that I could on this one, this one is my cup of tea now, " said Jelassi, who is currently working on a full length album.
”Port 43” is featured, the 19-year-old Nyköpingsrapparen L1na, or a Rope, Mohammed Samir, as it is stated in the passport. She also made her debut with a guest appearance after having been in contact with the producer Mack Beats, it has led to work on the Ison and Fille's song ”Down”.
" My mother's love, Ison and Fille and she was also you can read, say, L1na, whose solodebutsingel ”Comfortable” in the last year has been amassed over a million streams on Spotify.
" I was thinking that my friends in sweden to be heard. I would not have expected anything of the song, I was going to just put it out, and it would be a bit of fun. But all of a sudden, all of my idols are a band from Sweden, to share, and it was a big deal. I was jättechockad, but jättetacksam, say, L1na, who is currently working on an ep.
as She lifts up Jelassi, Imenella, and just Wrap the provisional ira as a role model.
" I got the inspiration for them to dare to let go of stuff, because there weren't that many girls in the industry. And when I let go of the stuff, it will probably lead to more and more girls are going to be the courage, " says L1na.< https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=roJHGZzY164&feature=emb_title
Jelassi has already been told that she has inspired a lot of other girls.
" the Girls have written to me and said, ”thank you for that, you have given me the courage to do this. I didn't think of that, there are a lot of girls, I just wanted to do my thing. When it comes to the rap scene don't play the gender matter so much to me, you could spit then you could spit. However, I am skitglad when I hear of such a thing, that's what motivates me to do more.* * *
”Move out of the village, a new family, I was 9 years old.
as Of today I am 23, and I know more than I knew then.
these days, it feels a little bit like the one I want from there.
Wake up every day and I am praying for my little brother.”
the Text is taken from the r’n’b recording artist, Cherries, five-year-old genombrottssingel ”Tabanja”. Throughout her career, she has both sung and spoken a lot about the violence and shootings in the city – on the mothers 'and siblings' grief, on the other hand, the gängliv, which is said to be glorified in the gangsterap.< https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=my6OPOug2Qs&feature=emb_title
the young, female rappers brings a change of perspective in the text.
"We've still got guys who are going to live up to some sort of rough figure and does not always express the emotional sides of themselves, but it's going to be puffror and guzzar all over the place, while the girls might be able to express themselves emotionally," says music journalist Tina Mehrafzoon highlights Jelassi, who is a good example of the following:
" She can be very, very careful. Jelassi got a lot of attitude but she can be funny and serious, and he is not closed as regards the difficult part of her mind, and the most powerful of the pieces. However, it is not only what defines her, but she is in all of this, at the same time. I think that a lot of these guys lack the ability to breathe in to all of these elements into his music.< Jelassi in the music video for "can take it", in which she is visited by L1na. Jelassi has also in collaboration with artists such as Einár, Silvana Imam, and Michel Dida.Photo by: < / b> on Youtube.
Jelassi has been open about his childhood growing up with an abusive mother. The experiences that she has shared with many, but not all, choose to be open about the fact.
" When you've had a fucked up childhood, there is a lot of confusion. They are ashamed of some of the stuff you've been through and think to myself that if I was to tell it as it is skämmigt. But I do know that I am not alone in this, it has become a source of security for me, and I know that there are more people who are going through this and would like to hear it, said Jelassi.
" People have been coming up to me and cried and thanked, they were told they could relate to and that have always been their own. When I was younger, there was no music that I could relate to that 100%, I was going to have to do, which was, for me, when I was a kid.
L1na also think that it's good to have more perspectives on rap music.
" as A kid I can't rap about what I see and what I think. It's just a matter of course, " she said.
" I am writing about the plans for the future, I will write about what's going on in their life right now, and what has happened in the past. I take inspiration from everywhere in my life, my friends and my family.L1na mention Jelassi, Linda Pira and Imenella as a model – here she is in a scene from the video for the song "Who can take it", a song she was making, along with Jelassi.Photo by: < / b> on Youtube.
Jelassi also write about what's going on in her life.
" I don't live there gangsterlivet, why would I want to write about something that I don't live? I think the guys are feeling the pressure, they are forced to write about it, but they don't live that life, because it is what is inside that of the boys, " she said.
" The younger ones look up to and think it's cool, it's the way they think it should be. I think that people are going to think about the message. When I get old, I want to be able to be happy and to think that I left something good for the people.< Triangeldramat of dancing with the stars – genuine, the husband pulled a weapon