Chicago Rapper Joy Jaimes New Video “ Put It On U “ IS Like A Short Film

Joy Jaimes album cover for single “ Put it on u”

Female rappers have always had a tough time breaking into the music industry, but that doesn’t stop them for their contribution’s they have made in history.

Chicago,IL — when it comes to hip hop, Chicago holds a special place in the music industry. Chicago female rapper Joy Jaimes make the best out of every situation when it comes to music…

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Omotayo Hassan an Journalist for Forbes, Huffington Post and Business Insider.

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