10 Female Artists To Watch At Rolling Loud Miami

We are back outside for Rolling Loud Miami and there are tons of female artists on the line-up that are worth seeing.

The star-studded three-day festival is going down from July 23rd to July 25th and will be headlined by A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott, and Post Malone, with a special appearance by Bobby Shmurda.

This marks Bobby’s first performance since he was released from prison after doing six years of a seven-year sentence for conspiracy and weapons possession.

But this story is about the leading ladies who have been keeping femininity in Hip Hop alive, especially throughout quarantine, and on our social media feeds.

Check out the following list of 10 female artists to watch at Rolling Loud Miami.

  1. Megan Thee Stallion: Megan and her knees will be in attendance to perform her latest single, “Thot Sh*t” as well as her fan favorites from her Tina Snow era.
  1. City Girls: The dynamic duo is performing live in their hometown so you already know the girls are about to act up.
  1. Flo Milli: Flo hasn’t had too many big performing opportunities thanks to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but Rolling Loud Miami will be one in the books for her.
  1. Shenseea: Shenyeng is taking the stage this week fresh off the heels of her latest single, “Run Run.”
  1. Coi Leray: Despite the negative remarks online, the “No More Parties” rapper will put on a show.
  1. Ken The Man: This marks Ken The Man’s Rolling Loud debut and hopefully it’s as “perfect” as her latest song.
  1. Lakeyah: Lakeyah delivered a standout performance for her XXL Freshman freestyle so you already know she’s coming through with the bars and looks.
  1. Kali: Kali is a viral sensation thanks to her records “MMM MMM” and “Do A B*tch” and it’ll be a treat to watch her perfrom it live during her Rolling Loud debut.
  1. Rico Nasty: Rico Nasty’s latest single “Magic” is going crazy and you will most likely watch her perform it during her Rolling Loud set.
  1. Bia: Bia has a whole lotta more money in this motherf*ck*r after joining forces with Nicki Minaj for the remix of her breakthrough single.