It is a genre built on dirty talk and typically has the girl on her own in front of the camera.
More than 150,000 women walk the streets each night.
Tunis - In Tunisia, a country gripped by economic uncertainty and still in the midst of rebuilding its identity after the Arab Spring, hip-hop culture is viewed as part of an ongoing dissident movement.
Just a few events, such as the recent Mafia Wallitili Festival in the heart of downtown Tunis, offer the local hip-hop community an opportunity to share their values with the broader population.
This year, the three-day event focused on Tunisia's youth, offering free workshops and performance events.
Crowds packed the whole block, saying they were determined to keep practising the arts of dance, graffiti and music.