1. Cardi B
In 2017, the 14-year-old Danielle Bregoli, with her debut single 'These Heaux,' became the youngest female rapper to feature on the 'Billboard Hot 100.' The next year, she again appeared on the chart with the single 'Hi Bich.'
5. Asian Doll
Asian Doll launched her career in late 2015 by releasing 'Da Rise of Barbie Doll Gang Empire.' After that, she became a social media sensation. And though a newbie in the hip-hop scene, she gives the established artists a run for their money.