Trap Music Museum Celebrates Women in Music in Honor of Women’s History Month


( ENSPIRE News ) Trap Music Museum Recognizes Female Hip-Hop Artists to Educate Others During Women’s History Month 

ENSPIRE Contributor: Naomi Stamps

If you’re obsessed with trap music and want to honor Women’s History Month, here’s a unique opportunity to combine both interests! Trap Music Museum is presenting the “Honor Roll” series this month, which celebrates various women and their contributions to the hip hop and entertainment industry. The Women’s History Month exhibit will run from now until March 31st. The exhibition highlights women in each decade from the 1980s – to 2010s. There will also be a class of 22 women who will be honored with their photos in the main gallery. The class of 22 will feature the following women:

Lakeyah, DreamDoll, Asian Doll, Kash Doll, Light Skin Keisha, Rubi Rose, Coi Leray, Tokyo, Flo Milli, Mulatto, Rhapsody, Theory, Amina, C&D Agency, Lil CC, K Lee, The Spice Group, Set by Skye, Miss Shaunica, Angela Yee, Malita, Simone, Karena Evans, Jenny Drake, Baroline and Ebonie Ward. 

Photo Credit: Idris Abdullah.

Trap Music Museum Project Manager Brittney Jarrett Neal says “As a team, of course, we knew we were going to celebrate Women’s History Month but we wanted to be sure to do it right! So highlighting women who work behind the scenes alongside the artists was our main focus. From there the “Honor Roll” came to life. Highlighting generations of label execs, stylists, engineers, producers, and of course the artists. This helped us creatively educate our audience on rap culture!” 

Visitors can expect to see various pieces of artwork and photos of some of the most trailblazing women in music. TMM Art Curator Adlia H. Silvera believes that “It’s important for people to know the strides and contributions of women in Hip Hop. Our exhibition is a vivid timeline and representation of their journey from the beginning of hip hop to where we are now.“

Photo Credit: Idris Abdullah.

Make sure you check out this exhibit before the end of this month! 

About Trap Music Museum

Trap Music Museum is an interactive experience that uses art to showcase the rich culture of trap music, one of the most popular genres of music today. By paying homage to the inspiring trials and triumphs of today’s biggest trap stars and providing a platform for emerging artists.

Photo Credit: Idris Abdullah.

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