Sukihana – ‘Yous A Hoe’

You might know Sukihana from VH1’s ‘Love & Hip Hop: Miami’, or her iconic feature in Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s viral “WAP” music video, but she’s an artist in her own right, and her star is in ascension.

The Wilmington, Delaware artist has had three hit songs so far, ‘Blame Trina’, ‘5 Foot Freestyle’, and ‘Drug Dealer’, which features Cuban Doll. She’s also got a thriving social media following, with 1.2 million people daily seeking to be entertained by her cheeky nature. In speaking to Miami New Times, Sukihana explained her music takeover of 2o2o:

“I’m just a product of my environment, but now I feel like my environment is a product of me because I see a lot of women look up to me.”

Her new single, ‘Yous A Hoe’, from her latest release the ‘Wolf Pussy’ mixtape, sees her encourage women to embrace their promiscuous liberation, but only for as long as they benefit from it. She may be a sex-empowered influencer, but even so she has her limits. The track is the lead single from ‘Wolf Pussy’, and sees her declare that women should know their value to men, and at least benefit in return from the partners they’re satisfying. It’s a diss track, and expresses her contempt for those industry groupies and clout chasers who aren’t doing it right, so far as she’s concerned.

The accompanying animated music video sees Sukihana boldly revealing the promiscuous behaviour of an anonymous fan, and she namedrops every top rapper you’ll have heard of, with a cartoon version of each of them featuring in the clip. Sukihana, nails and tattoos on point, is all about sexual empowerment, but only when it means receiving more than what she’s giving.

Watch the video below for ‘Yous A Hoe’, and follow Sukihana online on Instagram.

Sukihana - "Yous a Hoe" (Official Music Video)

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Lisa loves all good music, with particular fondness for Jedward and David Bowie. She's interviewed Edward Grimes (Jedward), Kevin Godley, Trevor Horn, Paul Young, Peter Cox (Go West), Brendan B Brown (Wheatus), Bruce Foxton (The Jam), among many many more. Lisa is also available for freelance writing - please email

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