Comments on: Afrobella of the Week, Hip Hop Heroine – MC Lyte Natural Hair, Beauty, Fashion and Makeup Blog Thu, 08 Oct 2015 18:23:00 +0000 hourly 1 By: kharma Fri, 13 May 2011 03:33:13 +0000 I am glad that there are still people who recognize that true essence of HIP HOP. and long for it as much as I do. I can guarantee that it is on the rise again. Hip Hop works in cycles We had the 90’s and then the “new millenia bullshi*” thats out now… and this era is coming to a close! GREAT MUSIC is returning! I recommend that you ALL check out my mixtape. I am a FEMALE artist- HOTTER than anything youve heard in a long while- I PROMISE. Inspired by the likes of MC Lyte, Lil Kim, and Salt N Pepa. I believe in empowering women and Im not into all that “sell my body- rap prostitute music” I am built STRICTLY on SKILL. Just give it a listen and I guarantee you will get your HIP HOP FIX!!!! FREE DOWNLOAD @
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By: M' Fri, 01 Dec 2006 22:12:01 +0000 I love the fact that she is the Heroine of the week!!! I’ve been bumping her in my ipos all week. I cram to understand you! Me and my dj! chachacha! She’s killing it for me right now!!! I broke up with my x, moved out from my crazy insecure ass roommate situation and am in the process of getting my bitch back (apparently she was dying to come back too cuz she’s coming sooner than I thought!)

dead on! I love it!

The only current album worth bumping next to it is Fergie’s; equally as empowering!


By: Imani Fri, 01 Dec 2006 00:55:15 +0000 Love McLyte

“Lyte as a Rock, or I should say a boulder
Rolling down your neck, pounding on your shoulders
Never shall I be an emcee, called a wannabe
I am the Lyte, L-Y-T-E
This is the way it is, don’t ever forget
Hear the rhyme by someone else and you know they bit
All in the way, just little obstacles
Chew em up, spit em out, just like popsicles
Suckers out of my way, we’re not on the same wavelength
I show stability, potential and strength
On the other hand, you are weak and unruly
Could never be a spy, cause you’re just a plain stoolie.”

By: jerseybred Thu, 30 Nov 2006 01:28:07 +0000 MC LYTE is the TRUTH, Georgie Porgie is my jam.
p.s. does anyone remember Sweet Tee’s ‘Why did it have to be me?’ *searching YouTube now*

By: CloudNine Tue, 28 Nov 2006 04:42:24 +0000 I really feel this post. I am a music lover and right now I am just tired! I am tired of the same ol’ mess. My iPod is now full of late eighties/ early nineties jams and I could not be happier!

By: julia_claudine_deveraux Tue, 28 Nov 2006 03:16:59 +0000 Yay for my baby MC Lyte! She has aged well and her sexy is preserved. I was glad to see her inducted into VH-1 Hip Hop Honors, she certainly deserved it.

By: HumanityCritic Mon, 27 Nov 2006 23:20:19 +0000 I love me some MC Lyte, she is the greatest. Plus, I think she has one of the best Hip Hop lines of all time.. “Do not say sh*t until you wtite your own rhymes!!” Classic!

By: themakeupgirl Mon, 27 Nov 2006 21:08:45 +0000 Ahhhhh….Paper Thin was my JAM!!! I had never heard a rap song by a female that spoke of love and companionship before. And the rhymes were DOPE (aging myself with the lingo…lol) When ya say ya love me it doesn’t matter it goes into my head as just chit chatter…

By: gr8face Mon, 27 Nov 2006 21:04:17 +0000 I luv her. She’s one of the few ladies in the biz I have any respect for. Her voice is sooo commanding.

By: coiltastic Mon, 27 Nov 2006 17:48:58 +0000 i’m feelin this week’s bella of the week and hip hop heroine. I still listen to mc lyte up loud lol. I will have my ears ready to hear this comeback. The same old rap video in a club with booties shaking and liquor everywhere, yawn!! and female rappers with slutbag lyrics, trashy clothes, bad ugly weaves, and bad plastic surgery, it’s time for it to end.

You can also catch video soul monday and friday afternoons on betJ. They will surely take you back on that channel.