I am feeling so empowered as I scroll through Instagram and look at all these women currently killing it in their fields. I have always been one for girl power and supporting women around me, attending an all girls school fills you with it, having strong independent women around me gives me that drive and having a nan who is constantly drilling life quotes in my head does it. I love to appreciate women and praise them because honestly it’s not easy, especially when Mother Nature decides to rip our insides out once a month. If I start on her we’ll be here all day.
Anyways, here are some woman who are absolutely killing it in their fields;
Yes her name is controversial and there’s been constant think pieces on it but there is no denying she has cemented herself into this rap game. How has she done it? By being the authentic b*tch from the souf.
I cannot tell you how many times I play B*tch From The Souf a day. She recently dropped her EP ‘Queen of Da Souf’ with features from the likes of City Girls, Gucci Mane, 21 Savage and Trina, and her XXL Freshman Class 2020 freestyle where she has a little flirt with Fivio Foreign (I am not mad).
I’m so excited for what more she has in store. She’s gained a stan in me.
Bree is our new Popstar on the rise and her visuals, dance routines and looks speak for themselves. Iconic. Her new single ‘Little Nokia’ is out now and as well as it being a hit single I just want to jump into the visuals and slay real quick. How has she done it? Her branding, the new blue hair and social media presence all go great together.
Cosigned by Missy Elliot I see nothing but great things and in all honesty because of the way our scene is set up I’m going to need her to do an Ella Mai in order to get her flowers.
A true influencer, I stalk all of Mel’s stories just to get a glimpse at the latest luxuries she promotes and also to take in her mini rants which I find so amusing. How does she do it? Our consistent, truthful queen. If she doesn’t like a product we will know.
It’s very refreshing to see a dark skinned woman like me have such a presence on social media and yet be so humble. I look forward to her posts and I can’t wait to see her growth. I’m going to need her on billboards and to lend me some looks.
Now I have been obsessed with interior design for many years, always on Pinterest putting together furniture in sky high apartments and mansions that I dream of purchasing, she introduced me to Pampas grass plants and since I’ve been trying to convince my partner to allow me to decorate the living room with one to his protest but I will find a way.
How does she do it? She found her niche and works hard to keep us interested. Her personality shines through in videos and she constantly gives advice. The world of interior design is one that many may find intimidating but watch her YouTube channel and let your mind be blown.
I’m not sure how I came across Lydia but I am hooked on her Vlogs on Youtube and she’s just a breath of fresh air. I always look forward to her content and her trip to Greece has me more than ready to do up lifestyle. 2021 here I come, I just hope God is hearing our prayers about Rona leaving as soon as the clock hits 12am on January 1st.
How does she do it? Her engagement with her followers is how, she gets us all engaged and honestly its inspiring. I see nothing but big brands going forward. The world of influencing for dark skinned girls is not easy and I can only imagine what her and a few others I have mentioned go through but I’m over here rooting.
Let me know in the comments any females who make YOU want to kill it in your field!