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At Coachella, the future of rap is female

At the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, hip-hop has most certainly reigned supreme.

But two weeks of catching sets in the desert confirmed one thing: The future of rap is female.

Femcees by and large one-upped the boys during the first weekend, and on the second weekend it too seemed like the fest would be

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