From The Grio

The hip-hop community is largely dominated by heterosexual men who boast about their sexual conquests with women and their aggressive stereotypically masculine worldview. This is something that isn’t new to the genre, but it doesn’t leave much room for a new point of view in the art of rap storytelling. With the buzz growing around openly gay rap duo, The Freaky Boiz, old school hip-hop heads may have start to become more open-minded.

theGrio: Is being gay in hip-hop trapped in the closet?

Chicago natives Terrance ‘TTgoIt’ Wilson and Pierre ‘Prince Charming’ Phipps met and became friends while pursuing degrees at Southern Illinois University. After discovering a mutual love for hip-hop they began posting videos of them free-styling over some of the hottest rap singles.

“Girlz Be Gagging”, their interpretation of Nicki Minaj’s “Roman’s Revenge”, is a provocative, raunchy track filled with tales of sex and debauchery.

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  • http://www.purplekeychain.blogspot.com purplekeychain

    They’re hilarious and have SKILLS.

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    • http://Theantifash.blogspot.com The Antifash

      Agreed.

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  • golden_girl

    Great for them. Now if they could convince Gucci Mane and a boat load of other DL rappers to come out the closet……..that will be worth the battle.

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  • Bee

    I played a couple of their songs and they were so vulgar, no different than the other vulgar rap music out there. Smh. I guess if these other no talented rappers can make it, they should be able to do so as well. Personally, I don’t think calling folks b*tch and talking about giving head incessantly qualifies as rap music. So, just like with most mainstream rap these days, I’ll pass.

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