In a powerful ode to women worldwide, hip-hop legends MC Lyte, Salt-N-Pepa, and Big Daddy Kane have joined forces with R&B crooner Raheem Devaughn for the impactful single “WOMAN.” Produced by Grammy award-winning producer Warryn Campbell, the track serves as a bold celebration of womanhood and empowerment.

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Executive produced by Warryn Campbell, “WOMAN” is set to be a highlight of MC Lyte’s upcoming project. The collaboration, a joint venture between My Block Inc. and Sunni Gyrl Inc. with distribution by Vydia, aims to uplift and inspire women of all backgrounds.

“Hip-hop, in my era, and that prior to me, was all about leadership, stepping out in the world having a global experience and bringing it back to the community and taking stories from our communities and spreading it worldwide,” Lyte said of the single to The Washington Informer. “The world, not just hip-hop, has taken a back seat to holding the torch of being a positive influence and how much that matters to our community. I think it is not just entertainment, television, film, or music, but in general, it has been folks’ kind of separate not realizing we’re much stronger together as a unit.”


MC Lyte, renowned for her pioneering career spanning over three decades, broke barriers as the first female rapper nominated for a Grammy Award and the first rap artist to perform at Carnegie Hall. With “WOMAN,” she continues her legacy of pushing boundaries and championing women’s rights in the hip-hop industry and beyond.