Scar Lip recently made a significant career move by signing her first record deal with Epic Records. The signing event happened at Epic Records HQ on June 1, with notable figures like Swizz Beatz attending.
Scar Lip’s signing at Epic Records is a significant career milestone. Influential figures like Swizz Beatz, Ezekiel Lewis, Darrin Dean, and Treiva Williams attended, showcasing their belief in her talent. This record deal opens doors for Scar Lip to develop her music and reach a wider audience with Epic Records’ support and resources.
Mona Scott Young‘s Instagram support showcases Scar Lip’s recognition and backing within the music community.
Scar Lip’s collaboration with Snoop Dogg on “This is Cali” adds credibility to her work, highlighting her ability to collaborate with established artists. The remix of her hit “This is New York” demonstrates her versatility and potential to resonate with diverse audiences.
Scar Lip’s fans are thrilled about her upcoming club appearance in the Bronx on June 3. They eagerly anticipate experiencing her music live. The rising rapper has been teasing her performance at Hot 97’s Summer Jam on Instagram, hinting that she will grace the stage at this renowned music festival.
Furthermore, Scar Lip recently revealed her participation in the popular show “Wild ‘n Out” hosted by Nick Cannon. This announcement serves to solidify her already established presence in the entertainment industry, demonstrating her continuous ascent in the field.
Updated by Aveon Sims on 06/02/2023
Emerging Rapper Scar Lip Gets Emotional After Cardi B Cosign
Scar Lip, a rising 22-year-old female rapper from New York City, recently received a heartfelt co-sign from Cardi B on Instagram. The “Bodak Yellow” rapper posted a picture of Scar Lip on her Instagram story, expressing her admiration with the caption, “I love her.”
Scar Lip, who looks up to Cardi B due to their similar hometown of being from The Bronx, was moved to tears by the endorsement. Although Cardi B did not confirm nor deny jumping on Scar Lip’s “This is New York” remix.
Cardi B’s Support For Female Rappers
The “WAP” rapper has been a vocal supporter of fellow female rappers, shouting out up-and-comers like Tierra Whack and Rapsody. Her co-signs have been known to boost the careers of the artists she endorses, giving them more exposure and credibility in the industry.
With Scar Lip being the latest recipient of Cardi B’s stamp of approval, it’s clear that the emerging rapper is on the right path to success.
Scar Lip’s Traumatic Event
Scar Lip’s stage name stems from a traumatic event where she suffered a severe lip injury at the hands of her brother. However, she has not let that stop her from pursuing her passion for music.
Scar Lip’s energetic and raw style has caught the attention of many, including Cardi B, who has recognized the young artist’s talent.
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Nicki Minaj Signs Ice Spice To Her Label
Nicki Minaj recently co-signed Ice Spice and signed her to her new label, Heavy On It, making Ice Spice the first female rapper signee. This move by Nicki Minaj follows a pattern of female rappers supporting and uplifting each other in the industry.
Rising Female Rapper Taking Hip-Hop By Storm
Scar Lip is a 22-year-old female rapper from NYC, known for her energetic and raw style. Her stage name stems from a traumatic event in which she suffered a severe lip injury at the hands of her brother.
What You Need To Know About Scar Lip
At such a young age, she has overcome several hardships, including sexual abuse by her uncle.
Her unique sound draws inspiration from Onyx, M.O.P., and DMX, and has garnered her praise from established rappers like Papoose, Swizz Beats, Busta Rhymes, Roxanne Shante, and 50 Cent.
Her collaboration with Jadakiss and Benny The Butcher on the track “Take ‘Em Out” has further solidified her status as a rising star in the hip-hop world.
Her recent release “This is New York” has been positively received by fans and critics.