The Queen does almost anything she wants: she's fine
In chess, the queen is the most powerful piece on the board. It can move unlimited spaces in any direction the player wants. Losing the queen early in a game of chess will almost ensure a loss. Of course, Rakaa is talking about more than chess—and by “queen” he’s commenting more generally about women. They can be beautiful, they can be vicious, and life is much harder with out them. They should be cherished.
Peep Hip Hop Chess Federation founder Adisa Banjoko speak about young women through the metaphor of a chess match:
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