Lady Of Rage, Babs, Lady Luck Unite For Movement
"This is the perfect time to do a project like this," said Lover. "A lot of people have been wondering what happened to the female emcees, well these ladies are about to prove that they are here and they are better than ever! The FEM Movement is great for the future of Hip Hop!" Babs, who's fame largely came from the first season of Making The Band, added, "I'm excited about the project. Each one of us brings something great and different to the table and I'm ready to go in! We are all very talented and we have all worked with major artists in the industry Rage with Dr. Dre and Snoop, Amil with Jay-Z, Luck with Def Jam and EPMD and myself with Diddy. None of us are amateurs, but at the same time we all still have something to prove."
The FEM Movement will begin later this year with a mixtape, hosted by Doo Wop.