While it's perplexing (and certainly sad) that most jet-setting superstar DJs are men, it's a comfort to know that DJ Rap
is still representin' for the estrogen set. Although the versatile Brit's specialty is drum 'n' bass, her debut solo album, 1999's Learning Curve
, is full of trancey, watery pop that fits snugly alongside the femmetronica of Sneaker Pimps, Olive, Björk and Garbage. DJ Rap's latest release, 2006's Up All Night
, focuses more on her d-'n'-b roots, although "Feel It" features her crystalline, siren-like diva croon.