Rapsody is the latest guest on Everyday Struggle.
In addition to discussions on her new album Eve and her work with D'Angelo and Queen Latifah, Rapsody named her current top rappers who happen to be women about 27 minutes into the video up top.
"I'm excluding myself, of course," she said. "Cardi's my favorite. Leikeli47, Tokyo Jetz—I love her. I like Megan Thee Stallion but I just haven't heard enough because I've been so busy. Ill Camille in the West Coast in LA. And the fifth one, there's an artist out of Texas I like a lot, her name is [OMB] Bloodbath."
Noting "there's so many" and that her top picks could change tomorrow, Rapsody also shouted out 3D Na'Tee.
Earlier in the interview, at around the seven-minute mark, Rapsody was asked about Jermaine Dupri's recent widely panned comments about women in the industry.
"I was a judge on The Rap Game, that's the first time we met, and then after that we went to the studio for a day," she said of how they first met. She then moved into sharing her assessment of the importance of co-signing. "For him, that was a perfect opportunity to shed light on people that you do like. I think we focus sometimes too much on what we don't necessarily like and what's not for us instead of talking about what you do like . . . You're Jermaine Dupri, a legend, your voice carries weight, so co-sign somebody, whoever that may be."
See the full episode up top.