Latto embodied female empowerment during her Coachella set. She brought other female rappers up on stage, uplifting her fellow music artists.

“It’s a lotta ladies in here! Where my boss b—–s at? Where my b—–s who pays their own bills?” she asked the crowd. Latto later performed her track “P—y,” which she released shortly after Roe v. Wade was overturned last June. During the song, pink-tinged footage of real-life protests appeared on the center screen.


She finished her performance with her Billboard Hot 100 No. 3 hit “Big Energy.”


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Last month, Latto received the Powerhouse Award at the Billboard Women in Music ceremony. In her speech, she talked about how she was thankful for being part of the current era of female hip-hop artists.

“All of the inspiring women who paved the way for me and all the women that there are to come, I’m grateful to be a part of this new wave of female rap. And, baby, we kicking down the door, and we ain’t taking no for an answer,” Latto said.

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