Pressure Makes Diamonds Is All ABout Priceless Scott’s Sex Appeal & Lyrical Dexterity

Originally, Hip-hop culture began as an underground movement in the Bronx, in New York in the ‘70s. Artists like Lisa Lee and The Mercedes Ladies were some of the first female MCs to appear on the hip-hop scene. But the game-changer for female rappers happened to be West Coast gangsta rap’s rise in the late ’80s. It was the power that gave the genre its first instances of explicit women rappers.
Growing up, Priceless Scott was always in love with music and was brought up under the influences of Biggie Smalls, Tupac, Mary J Blige, and other 90s hip-hop classics. It is exciting to see that there are still artists like Priceless Scott who are trying not to bear off from the traditions of Hip Hop’s golden era while bringing something new to the genre. Priceless Scott’s brand new record titled Pressure Makes Diamonds is an illustrative example of that. It sees Central Florida-bred rising rap queen Priceless Scott assert her sexuality while showcasing her confidence, consciousness, and an unmatched lyrical flow.

Check out the EP and music videos below, and don’t forget to follow Priceless Scott on IG: