After our successful best Male Kpop rappers list, we decided to do another on the best female Kpop Rappers list. It is tough to find a Kpop group that does not have at least one rapper. While there are fewer female Kpop rappers than male Kpop rappers, this doesn’t mean the talent pool is weaker. Men dominate underground rappers in Korea; however, the female underground rap scene has grown over the last few years. Much of this is attributed to great Kpop Idol rappers paving the way for the next generation. Those interested in supporting SEOULSPACE can check out our ebook on the Top 100 Kpop Stars in 2023.
This list comprises female Kpop idol rappers, not female K-rappers in general, so you will not see Yoonmirae or Jessi on this list. Maybe one day we will do a separate article on Non-Kpop female rappers. For now, here are the best female Korean rappers in Kpop. Enjoy!
Who is the best female rapper in Kpop? Tricky question, but if we had to choose just one, it would have to be SoYeon from (G) IDLE. She made her debut in 2018 with the group’s first single, “Latata.” Since then, she has released several more singles and albums with the group, including their most recent album, I Am.
SoYeon’s rapping style is unique and powerful, and her speed is unmatched. She has a great flow and delivery, and her lyrics are often empowering and positive. She participated in Produce 101 and Unpretty Rapstar. There she was able to showcase her freestyle which many Kpop idols cannot do.
In addition to her work with (G) IDLE, SoYeon has collaborated with other artists, including BTS’s RM and Suga. She has also appeared on several TV shows and movies, such as Unnie’s Slam Dunk and School 2017.
There is no doubt that CL is the best female Kpop rapper. She has been in the industry for many years and has proven time and time again that she is a force to be reckoned with. CL has an incredible flow and delivery, and her lyrics are always on point. She is also a very talented singer, which makes her an all-around great entertainer.
Other female Kpop rappers may come and go, but CL is here to stay. She is a true pioneer in the industry and paving the way for other female rappers to succeed. If you’re a fan of rap music, then you need to check out CL’s music.
When it comes to female Kpop rappers, there is no one more famous than Lisa from BLACKPINK. She has been wowing audiences with her fantastic rapping skills since she debuted with the group in 2016 and has continued to impress fans with her impressive flow and delivery.
Lisa’s rapping career began when she was just a trainee at YG Entertainment. She was featured on a track called “My First Love” by fellow trainee Teddy and immediately caught the attention of fans with her smooth delivery and unique flow. Her solo debut showcased her full ability with hits “Money” and “LALISA”.
There is no doubt that Lisa is an incredibly talented rapper, and she has proven time and time again that she is one of the best female Kpop rappers around. If you’re looking for someone to get your rap fix, check out Lisa from BLACKPINK!
LE from EXID is a great Kpop rapper! She has an incredible flow and delivery, and her rap style is unique and fresh. She always brings something new to the table, and her raps are always super catchy. She’s also a great performer and always puts on a fantastic show.
LE from EXID debuted in 2012 with the group’s first single, “Who’s That Girl?”. She quickly became the group’s lead rapper and has since appeared on all their releases. She’s also released several solo singles and has collaborated with other artists. In 2013, LE collaborated with B2STs Junhyung and Big Star’s Feeldog. In addition, in 2015, she released her debut solo album, “L.I.E.”, which was a huge success.
Moonbyul made her debut with Mamamoo in 2014 and has been wowing fans with her incredible rapping skills ever since. Her unique deep voice characterizes her rapping. She has a distinct rap style that distinguishes her from other Kpop rappers. Moonbyul’s raps are always energetic and full of attitude. She has a great sense of rhythm and always hits her cues perfectly.
In addition to her rapping skills, Moonbyul is also an excellent singer. She often takes on the lead vocalist role in Mamamoo’s songs, and she always delivers powerful and emotion-filled performances. Therefore, Moonbyul is a genuine triple threat – she can sing, dance, and rap with the best of them. There is no doubt that she is one of the most talented and versatile idols in Kpop today.
Jennie made her debut with BLACKPINK in 2016 and has impressed fans with her rapping skills ever since. She has a unique flow and delivery that sets her apart from other female rappers in the Kpop world.
Jennie has proved time and time again that she can hold her own with some of the best female Kpop rappers, with her outstanding performances on stage and in music videos. She can always hold her own against her male counterparts and always brings her A-game when it comes to rapping.
Jennie is not only a talented rapper, but she is also a great singer and dancer. She is a well-rounded performer and always puts on a great show for her fans. She proved she could hold her own with her solo debut a few years back.
Dami made her debut with Dreamcatcher in 2017 and has impressed fans with her rapping skills ever since. She has a good voice that is surprisingly deep. Dami is known for using her entire energy when rapping. Her delivery sets her apart from other Kpop rappers, and she always manages to bring something new to each performance. Many saw her potential from YG’s program called MIXNINE, which showcased her rapping ability.
It is hard to get respect as a rapper under SM Entertainment, focusing mainly on vocalists. She made her debut as a member of AESPA in 2020. While Giselle has a great voice and can sing, her actual skill is rapping. She can rap in English, Korean, and Japanese. Her mother is Korean, and her father is Japanese and became the second Japanese female idol to debut under SM Entertainment.
Her flow and diction are great, but what separates her from most female Kpop rappers is her tone. Best of all, she writes her raps which is impressive since many female Kpop idols don’t.
As one of the three leading rappers of Twice, Chaeyoung has showcased her amazing rapping skills repeatedly. She made her official debut as a rapper with the group’s debut single “Like Ooh-Ahh,” and has since then gone on to write and rap in many of the group’s songs, such as “Cheer Up,” “TT,” and “Likey.”
Chaeyoung’s rapping style is unique in that it is both cute and fierce simultaneously. She can switch between the two effortlessly, and her delivery is always on point. She has also proved to be a talented songwriter, having written the rap parts for many of Twice’s hit songs.
Ryujin made her debut with ITZY in 2019 and has impressed fans with her rapping skills ever since. Her unique flow and delivery set her apart from other Kpop rappers. Ryujin is among the most underrated female Kpop rappers, with many fans split on her abilities.
She has the skills, the flow, and the awards to back it up. Moreover, on the survival show “MIX MINE,” she was able to make the finale and was ranked 1st but ultimately got eliminated by the boy’s team.