Brooklyn’s World Episode 6 speaks on Toronto rapper Paris Richards calling out Toronto blogs and podcasts for not acknowledging the women rappers. Brooklyn names her list of female rappers that she believes is a proper representation of the women in the music industry in Toronto.
Brooklyn has been interviewing women and covering live events in Toronto in the last few years. One of her most infamous moments included a beef with Chromazz after feeling violated when Chromazz asked for payment for an interview. The video above recaps the history of the back and forth.
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Chromazz would eventually use a snippet from an interview segment from Brooklyn Tea Talk for an intro for one of her music videos. The snippet contained a soundbite from another Toronto artist who was the co-host of Brooklyn Tea Talk. Xentury Sam was dragged into the situation unfortunately.
Video vixen turned rapper, Paris Richards, appeared on the social media app, Club House, to rant about the bias running through the hip hop media landscape in her city. Brooklyn caught wind of the comments and reacted by asking Richards to come sit down and have a one on one chat on her show. Brooklyn reminded the artist of a past snub for an interview she had asked with the vixen. This led to Brooklyn having a rant about some artists not taking opportunities with certain outlets that do not have the reach of a worldstar.
Brooklyn made mention of DSTNY. She made multiple appearances on Brooklyn’s Tea Talk show in the past. WorldWide Entertainment TV has also covered multiple events that she has performed at that include TDot Fest and 416 and The City.
The two ladies ended up with great chemistry and began working together. Brooklyn would assist DSTNY as her dance creative director. DSTNY has been an “Artist Of The Week” on WWETV. You can check out DSTNY in the video below.
Lola Bunz has been also been an “Artist Of The Week” on WorldWide Entertainment TV. Brooklyn has spoken about her lyrical delivery and content in her past shows. WWETV 6ix was on sight in 2017 for Michie Mee‘s Birthday Bash and Lola Bunz was a special guest of the Toronto legend. Check out her performance below.
Golde London had similar roots to Brooklyn coming from the dance world. She would eventual become one of the hotter female rappers in Toronto over the years. Golde London has also been an “VIXEN OF THE WEEK” on WWETV.
BADASS BUK AND ROOTZ
Hailing from the Jane-Finch area in Toronto, these two women first caught everyone’s attention on the “Jane-Finch” women’s cypher. The video would go viral and it showcased raw lyrical ability at the time that was before the rise of social media platforms such as Instagram. The two women still make music to this day.
Nanna Goodie has been bubbling in the underground scene in the last couple of years. She delivers a hardcore rap style that not too many other females in Toronto could handle. “Nanna Goodie” is a hip hop artist born in Toronto, ON and resided west of the city in Mississauga ON for her later teenage years.