Rah Digga Talks To The New Crop Of MCs With Chuck D Chiming In, Take Heed (Audio)

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One week after “Bish Wha?,” Rah Digga locks in on her strong return to form. The North Jersey native is a proud product of never conforming to male-standards of how an MC should look, sound, or act. Outside of gender, Digga’s stood for a less than popular style of Rap—that endures over time. It’s a road less traveled, and one that might not have the smoothest pavement (as Digga admits in the song), but it pays off in the end. With some powerful film dialogue to set it off at the beginning, and a Hip-Hop legend, Chuck D, blessing the message at the end, “Storm Comin'” certainly is among R.D.’s career hallmarks. The message of hope, change, and fighting the sexualization in Hip-Hop needs to be heard. This applies to men, women, and artists of all kinds lookin’ to “get on.”


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