Latto and Cardi B had some pretty strong sentiments regarding the way that female rappers are treated. Cardi has always been vocal about the double standards that exist in the hip-hop industry. This is particularly true for female artists. Recently, she took to Twitter to express her thoughts. She said that female rappers face higher expectations in terms of their presentation. Yet, they receive a disproportionate amount of disrespect compared to their male counterparts. In a recent interview with NME, fellow rapper Latto supports Cardi's comments and agrees with the disparities that exist.
Latto, who hails from Atlanta, echoes Cardi's sentiments. In her interview, she states, "I definitely agree with that. If you don't agree with that, you're ignorant; it's flat out in our face every day." She goes on to highlight how female rappers are often required to have dancers. They have to go the extra mile just to be on an equal playing field with male rappers. In contrast, male rappers can simply go on stage in a plain white tee and perform a couple of repetitive moves. Despite facing intense scrutiny and analysis, female rappers still have to work harder for success. Latto emphasizes that the journey to success for female artists is not an overnight process.
Latto And Cardi "Put It On Da Floor"
Three years have passed since Latto was featured on the XXL Freshman list. Still, her hunger for success remains as strong as ever. Her rise to pop stardom was propelled by the success of "Big Energy" over the last year. However, she continues to prove that she can be a versatile artist with each release. Her latest song has also turned out to be a hit. "Put It On Da Floor," which dropped just a few weeks ago, has taken TikTok by storm.
As the song continues to climb the charts, Latto recently dropped the official remix featuring Cardi B. The two titled the remix "Put It On Da Floor Again." The track marks Cardi's first musical offering of 2023. As such, it's no surprise that fans went wild over it. Cardi comes out swinging on the track, adopting a no-holds-barred mentality as she takes aim at her adversaries and their associates. She and Latto make for a confident, bold duo. What do you think of the pair's collaboration? Make sure to let us know in the comments!
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