From the streets of Brooklyn, LADY LOE has emerged as one of the most prominent and seasoned female rap artist the world has yet to see. Her impressive and descriptive lyrics, tends to take one back to rap's origin and to the days of Union Square, NYC, where rap was defined.
With influences like “Jay-Z”, “LL Cool J”, “Rage”, and “Queen Latifah”, LADY LOE writes a myriad of songs that entail the many journeys through life, and keeps the art form pure.
As she began earning respect for her music, LADY LOE started to take this rap game more serious. While performing continuously, she's had the pleasure of opening for such greats as the well-known songstress, Monifah, Project Pat of Three-6 Mofia, and one of rap's legendary, Slick Rick, The Ruler.
LADY LOE continues her grind work by being solely responsible for the creation of the theme song “60 minutes of hell” for DC’s own DC Divas All Women, All Tackle Football Team; and the radio intro for Olivia Fox’s morning show on 95.7 The Beat in Tampa, Florida.
LADY LOE’s music has received constant rotation with Erie, PA’s radio station WERG 90.5FM, and at club XS in York, PA which is quickly becoming the hottest hip-hop club on Tuesday nights.
LADY LOE has now made her home in Washington, DC and has built an enormous fan base within a short period of time. LADY LOE represents the past, present, and the future of female hip-hop!!
"@ELpisterio having shady or sha money on your side doesn’t mean that they have to be on your song …Shady or sha money were fif no man …when dude made something wack they told him that the s*** was wack and he shouldn’t…"