Stick for me. raise the dead. I don't like it, though musically it's got good energy. I'd listen to an insturmental version of this album if it's more like this, mind you. One big issue is that she has NO stage performance, she just doesn't know how to convey herself in terms of live image. Very disappointing since a song like that requires the artist to be the embodiment of the music. My prediction is that she'll get minor success off this album, for the novelty of a rapping pissed off woman eminem, then on her next album she'll find her sound better and will be better overall.
9 to 5" is the third single from UK hip hop artist Lady Sovereign's debut album Public Warning, following the release of her first UK top 75 single "Random". It was her debut single for Def Jam Recordings and was released on 8 August 2005. It contains a sample from the British movie Time Bandits. Lady Sovereign's hit paid off with the unofficial charts.
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Louise Harman (born 19 December 1985) better known by the stage name Lady Sovereign, is an English rapper and songwriter. She is best known for the songs "9 to 5" and "Love Me or Hate Me". Lady Sovereign grew up in Chalkhill Estate, a run-down council estate in Wembley Park, London. In 2010, she said "When I heard Ms. Dynamite's track 'Boooo!' in 2001 it inspired me. I hadn't heard a female MC before that.
Jigsaw (Lady Sovereign album). The album is Sovereign's reaction and reflection of her popularity and the inability to cope with it, up to the point where she had suicidal thoughts. About the album, she said, "The album is the next chapter. It's a massive leap forward for mankind. The album will also feature Sovereign singing; she explained, saying: I was seeing someone, it was pretty deep.
The album is the next chapter. It's a massive leap forward for mankind," Lady Sovereign says. The rapper made a splash in 2005 with the EP "Vertically Challenged," released in North America by Chocolate Industries
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