American hip hop duo Cheryl “Salt” and Sandra “Pepa” was one of the first all female rap crews. Lighting up the stage with their eccentric urban fashion dancing to tracks such as push it, shoop and whatta a man. These ladies had style. With funk assymertical shaven or bobbed hair cuts and printed biker jackets. Black nationalism was increasingly influential in rap during the late 1980s, and fashions and hairstyles reflected traditional African influences. Take a look at some of my favourite looks from the rappers.