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(Female Hip Hop Artist)

Lorraine Lynch, branded by her stage name Lady LOE, is an American female
Rap/Hip-Hop artist born in Brooklyn, and bred in Queens, New York.  Lady LOE is quickly emerging as one of the most prominent seasoned female rap artists the world has yet to see"Good West Coast feeling song. Lyrics are good and flow is great for this song." - Steve Raze (, song entitled "Drinks on da House"

Lady LOE’s parents influenced her initial interest in music.  “ My parents liked the oldie but goodies so I began to rap over old school soul music.  That era in my life made me distinguish the true meaning of hip hop.”

 The major artists that persuaded her career choice were female rap artists “Queen Latifah”, and “Lady Rage” as well as legendary icons Jay Z, Alicia Keyes, Neyo, and R Kelly.  Studying the craft of those mentors, Lady LOE writes a myriad of songs that entail the many journeys through her life and keeps her art form pure. Lady LOE has now made her home in Roanoke, VA and has built an enormous fan base within a short period of time.  Lady LOE soon found herself making waves on the hip-hop music scene by performing continuously in the local DMV regionLady LOE has had the pleasure of opening for Mr. Cheeks (Lost Boyz), WU Syndicate (WU Tang)the well-known female R&B singer-songwriter Monifah, Project Pat of Three-6 Mofia, Babs of Bad Boy Records, De’Angelo Redman of Making Da Band 4, Scarface, and one of rap's legends, Slick Rick, The Ruler. Lady LOE’s single “Boom” was the first single released from her mixtape album entitled M.E. (Matured Experience) which is accompanied with a music video available on Youtube.  

Lady LOE continues to pay dues in her community by being the solo lyricist responsible for the creation of the theme song “60 minutes of hell” for DC’s own DC Divas All Women, 

 All Tackle Football TeamCurrently, Lady LOE continues to work on more music after recently completing her 4th album (mixtape); M.E. (Matured Experience) hosted by Coast to Coast DJ Jio Vanni and available on Datpiff and Coast2Coast.  For the music lover in your life, definitely take a moment to listen to her past three collections: “Lyrical ComplexCity”, “RAW”, and “On Da Down LOE.” Lyrical ComplexCity is available on ItunesPandora, IHeart Radio, Googleplay, Amazon, and other online media sites.  Lady LOE is currently working on a new project called The UNIT which features a host of talented indie artists from all over the globe!  Release date is TBD.

Lady LOE’s ambition is to represent the past, present, and the future of the female hip-hop culture!

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