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The Black Kate Moss 

Wednesday, Jan 21 2009

Thunderheist MC Isis flips a middle finger to rap's misogynistic men spitting rhymes about fat asses by reclaiming their language. She'll tell the ladies to shake it — while producer Grahm Zilla crafts rude rave basslines behind her — but that directive sounds much sassier coming from a female. And, unlike her male counterparts, this Canadian doesn't take herself too seriously: "I'm the black Kate Moss, you heard it from the source," she raps on "Little Booty Girl." "I don't got a license, but this dude got a Porsche. So we ridin' ..."

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