RG Coca

Chicago’s Up and Coming Female MC

With Chicago’s thriving rap and hip-hop scene producing numerous talented artists, among them has been a large roster of hip-hop’s most gifted female MCs. While over the years there have been several recognizable faces, there is one that is slowly emerging onto the scene, RG Coca. With her unique blend of powerful lyricism, versatile flow, and an undeniable presence, RG Coca is soon to be a force in the rap game.

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RG Coca – Lost It (Official Video)

Meet and Get To Know RG Coca

Kulture Vulturez: So, growing up in Chicago, what do you feel impacted you or influenced you to eventually get involved in music?

RG Coca: It was around 2012 and 2013, when the Drill era started. I liked the music a lot. That’s when I really started making music, around that time. It influenced me a lot because I liked the sound of something different, and I was coming out of Chicago as it had just started up.

Kulture Vulturez: Was that your first introduction to hip hop and music in general?

RG Coca: My first introduction to hip hop was my daddy, he used to play like Gucci Mane and Yo Gotti, artists like that.

Kulture Vulturez: How do you feel the city of Chicago prepared you and molded you for everything that’s to come in the industry?

RG Coca: I mean, this city, it doesn’t really show a lot of love for real. You’re not going to get a lot of love unless you are real popular or if you got a name already. It goes by popularity. It showed me that there are some vultures for real, and that’s how it’s probably going to be in the industry. You’re not going to get a lot of love unless you gain it.

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RG Coca – Lost It | From The Block Performance ????

Kulture Vulturez: Now being in the game, what do you feel is your greatest inspiration? What motivates you the most?

RG Coca: When I see other people make it, that motivates me to go harder. My family, the people behind me, the support I have that motivates me to do what I have to do and go as hard as I can.

Kulture Vulturez: With a growing number of women in hip hop, what do you feel like you can add that’s different?

RG Coca: Like I said, when I was growing up in Chicago during the Drill era, it wasn’t a lot of females doing it, except probably Katie Got Bands or someone like that. It wasn’t a lot of females rapping how men would. I feel like that’s what I kind of bring out of it because at that time it was a lot of coochie rap. It was too sexual. That’s how I kind of set myself aside from those regular female rappers.

Kulture Vulturez: What all do you have in store, what’s next for you?

RG Coca: I’m actually in the studio right now. I’m finishing up this tape that we’re about to drop. I got some videos, some visuals I’m about to do. But, you know, mainly a mixtape. That’s what people should be looking out for. Go on my Instagram, go on my YouTube, subscribe, run the new videos up. I just dropped a video, “Lost It,” go stream on all platforms. Just be looking at I got some some stuff in store.

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