Paris Richards is Canadian female rapper, model and social media influencer who was born and raised in Toronto. Before launching her rap career she did exotic dancing and modeling which gained her recognition in Canada.
Best Music Videos by Canadian Female Rapper Paris Richards
Her female rapper musical idols are Nicki Minaj, Cardi B and Lil Kim. Paris has said she is ready to be next Nicki Minaj or Cardi B, if given an opportunity. Her music has been said to be like a harder version of Cardi B with unique upbeat, energetic style with a lot of bass and more trap vibes. In March 2023 Paris featured on Charmaine's music video "JEEZ" .
Bad Bitch by Paris Richards x Dub J (2022)
'Bad Bitch' song by Paris Richards was produced by Dub J. Music video was directed & edited by Franki Cashmere with Paris as creative director.
Woah Vicky by Paris Richards (2022)
Paris Richards music video 'Woah Vicky' was directed by King Bee Productions and produced by Enterprize Biz in 2022.
Look At Me by Paris Richards x Dub J (2022)
'Look At Me' by Paris Richards was directed by Sonny Visual and produced by Dub J.
Heart In The Trap by Paris Richards (2021)
Music video 'Heart In The Trap' by Paris was produced by Mally Mall and edited by Macadelic in 2021.
Run It Up by Paris Richards (2018)
Directed by PrinceBeatz Media x Enterprizebiz and edited by PrinceBeatz Media in 2018.
Meet Paris Richards aka The Queen of the 6ix
If you haven't heard of Paris Richards yet, get ready to be blown away by this talented female rapper. With her powerful lyrics, infectious energy, and unapologetic attitude, Paris is making waves in the male-dominated hip-hop industry. Paris has shared her thoughts on being a female rapper in a predominantly male field. "It's tough, but I believe there's room for all of us. We each bring our unique experiences and perspectives to the table," she said.
Let's dive into Paris' background, her rise to fame, and what sets her apart from other rappers.
Early Life and Beginnings
Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Paris Richards always had a passion for music. Growing up, she listened to various genres, from pop to rock to hip-hop. However, it wasn't until she was a teenager that she discovered her true calling - rapping.
At 15, Paris began writing her own rhymes, using rap as a way to express herself and cope with life's challenges. Her early influences included iconic female rappers like Missy Elliott, Lil Kim, and Nicki Minaj. These strong, independent women inspired Paris to pursue her dreams and pave her own path in the music industry.
The Road to Success
After honing her skills for several years, Paris decided to take her talent to the next level. In 2014, she entered the recording studio for the first time, thanks to encouragement from her mentor and friend, Joe Louis. Since then, she hasn't looked back.
Paris' breakthrough came in 2019, when she released her debut single, "Flex." The song quickly gained traction on social media platforms like TikTok, where it became a viral sensation. This led to performances at popular events like Toronto's Caribana Festival and collaborations with established artists like JRDN.
When asked about her musical style In 2023 interview by Raptology, she confidently replied, "My sound is different. I don't fit into any particular genre; I make music that makes me feel good, and that's what matters."
Sex-positive female rapper
The modern world is changing in rapid pace to have more open and accepting attitude towards sexuality - where sexuality isn't anymore something to be a shamed for. Paris applauds the change and wants to be an empowering sex-positive role model for women, who are bold enough to flaunt their beautiful and sexy bodies. She used to believe there was no space for someone sexually explicit as her, but was happily surprised it wasn't true.
Fun Facts About Paris Richards
- Paris' favorite artist is Missy Elliott, whom she calls her biggest influence.
- Before pursuing music full-time, Paris worked as an exotic dancer.
- She credits her son and mother as her biggest supporters and motivators.
- Paris' goal is to become a role model for young girls and women everywhere, showing them they too can achieve their dreams despite obstacles.
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