Breaking News Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Issa Rae‘s latest HBO series “Rap Sh!t” is about to debut, and she says you can expect to see characters spitting lyrics written by her favorite rappers … all women! Issa shouted out PineappleCITI, NCognita and Dreezy, who tells TMZ Hip Hop … writing for the show was a breeze, seeing as how she’s written for hip hop and R&B artists in the past. She’s sworn to secrecy as far as naming any co-collaborators for the show, but Dreezy assured us a few upcoming hot tracks have her fingerprints all over them. “Rap Sh!t” — which drops Thursday on HBOMax — is centered around 2 Miami women looking to get ahead with their music, and, naturally, they also experience all the sinful spoils of the industry. Waiting for your permission to load the Instagram Media. It looks and feels much like the life of City Girls Yung Miami and JT … mainly because they’re co-executive producers with Issa and several other people. Dreezy also tells us the backlash behind women rapping about their bodies is a moot point, mainly because sex sells everything … including rap, and “women are sexy AF!!!” She claims women rappers have just as much variety as men, citing love songs, party songs, get money music, heartbreak and bad bitch music as different subgenres. On her newest album “HITGIRL” … produced entirely by Hit-Boy, Dreezy put that versatility on display but says fans’ taste will have the ultimate say-so. This article was originally published by Tmz.com. Read the original article here. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Products You May Like Ads by AmazonArticles You May Like Neighbours Spoilers for the Week of 11-27-23: The Save Our School Campaign Takes a Dark Turn Jamie Foxx Sued for Sexual Assault in NYC Restaurant ‘Scott Pilgrim Takes Off’ Creators On Season 2: “We’re Not Working On It. We Have No Official Ideas” Lessons in Chemistry Season 1 Episode 8 Review: Introduction to Chemistry Days or Our Lives Round Table: What Are We Thankful For In Salem?