We can't say whether Woolf would have liked the Wu-Tang Clan, but she'd certainly agree that "Cash Rules Everything Around Me (C.R.E.A.M.!)." In A Room Of One's Own, the best tool for creating women writers, and for fostering women's independence in general, is money. Not only does it give a woman the free time she needs to write, it also makes it so she doesn't have to suck up to anyone else (mostly men) in order to earn her living. That means she's free to form her own opinions. And that means she'll be able to write what she wants to without anyone else's influence.
For Woolf, it's more important that a woman can make money from her writing than that her writing be any good.
While Woolf ends on a hopeful note, she mainly writes about how hard it has been and will be in the future for women to write good books.