History was made this week. For the first time in Billboard history four black women occupy the Top Two spots of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. What a time, truly. To think that for years the “industry” encouraged female rappers to believe that their only chance at success was being the “first lady” of a male dominated rap group. The most fascinating thing about this accomplishment? The way each artists respective fanbases collaborated with each other while creating and executing strategies to make this happen. In this post I will detail the specific strategies employed by these fanbases to ensure the top two songs landed the spots and the role an artist can play…


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