One of the most surprising hits of 2016 was the delightfully ratchet, trap anthem “OOOUUU,” by lesbian MC Young M.A. The success of “OOOUUU” proves that it doesn’t matter if you’re gay, straight and whatever – as long as you come with that heat on the mic, you’ll always be welcome in hip-hop.
One of the most surprising hits of 2016 was the delightfully ratchet, trap anthem “OOOUUU,” by lesbian MC Young M.A. The success of “OOOUUU” proves that it doesn’t matter if you’re gay, straight and whatever – as long as you come with that heat on the mic, you’ll always be welcome in hip-hop. David Goldman AP
One of the most surprising hits of 2016 was the delightfully ratchet, trap anthem “OOOUUU,” by lesbian MC Young M.A. The success of “OOOUUU” proves that it doesn’t matter if you’re gay, straight and whatever – as long as you come with that heat on the mic, you’ll always be welcome in hip-hop. David Goldman AP

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