Khadijah "Queen of the City"

Khadijah "Queen of the City"

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The music of Khadijah is urban hip hop with great lyrics, beats, hooks and fun songs to perform because the songs generate crowd participation. By the end of her performance no matter who you are, you will want to become a fan. Backed by producers Hi-Tek & Sparks she has gained radio spins locally.


Khadijah aka Khadijah "Queen of the City" music is urban hip hop. While she maintains the ability to write radio friendly, and chart topping hits her music she will say is influenced by great lyric writers & performing artist such as: Nas, Jay-Z, and other east coast artist that have a vivid imagination and lyrical style.

Her high impact and energetic stage performance can be felt immediately as she commands the crowds attention for the duration of her shows, with crowd participation, dancers, and both male & female friendly songs that get all in attendance, involved in her performance.

Khadijah in early 2007 came back to rapping after a long stint off with a drive and dedication of a superstar. While only being back on the music 6 months Khadijah has managed to assemble a performance, and radio/club friendly songs that have secured her a strong fan base in the Greater Cincinnati Area and beyond.

Her work ethic and drive has impacted the local music scene enabling her to be asked to be a opening performance act for major recording artist such as: Rick Ross (Def Jam), Boyz N Da Hood (Bad Boy South), Slim Thug & Paul Wall (Swisha House), Gucci Mane (Big Cat/Atlantic), Hurricane Chris (Polo Ground), Flavor of Love Model Hoopz, and others. She has also performed for the yearly Radio One Station 101.1fm Anniversary Party. With no plans of slowing up now the artist is currently expanding her performance and promotional efforts across the country.

While achieving such success in this short time Khadijah has gained the respect and admiration of local promoters, community leaders, local DJ's, the hip-hop music community, mixshow DJ & program director for radio one's 101.1fm WIZFM.

It is even fascinating to know that Khadijah is well respected by her male counter parts as she has even freestyle battled some of Cincinnati's best MC's and has won convincingly! (The Battle will be on YouTUBE or her myspace page soon)

Khadijah's new single "I'm a Boss" currently is receiving local support & spins on radio station 101.1fm and in the clubs. The single "I'm A Boss" has gained so much momentum and requests that it has hit the radio stations top 8 at 8 list by being debuted at as high as #5!

Khadijah proves to be a hard and dedicated worker as her efforts has even landed her an opportunity to do an intro for radio personality/PD Eddie Bauer and DJ Diamonds 5'oclock in da basement show. The intro song can be heard daily by logging on to

Stay tuned........and pay attention to the Grind!

Get Khadijah's new ringtone by texting 221959 to 69937!

Her Swagger is that of a superstar, allowing her to earn the right to be in front of a microphone, a crowd, and rocking stadium crowds coast to coast. Come see her for yourself! There is a sleeper in Cincinnati....Get to know her and her music.

For Booking or contact call 513 349 2622 (Al) or visit Khadijah @ for more up to date music, performance clips, and more!


I'M A Boss (Single playing on radio one 101.1 WIZFM & clubs regionally)

Gone Bang f/Khadijah "Queen of the City" (produced by DJ Hi-TEk playing on 101.1 WIZFM)

Nails & Hair Done f/Khadijah & Rico Champion (now playing on WIZFM 101.1fm)

BACK FOR THE CROWN MIXTAPE & Hustle Hard Mixtape (in streets now and available at performances)

Also Khadijah is currently in the works of being on the remix to Hi-Teks Ohio All Star single from his new album Hi-Teknology 3. Khadijah is also has a quick cameo in the video for Ohio Allstars which features Cincinnati Artist Cross, Showtime, and fellow cleveland artist .

New Mixtape Blue Magic Coming 1st Quarter of 2008!

Set List

Bad AZ Me, On My Grind,Lookin At Me, I'm A Boss

Khadijah can perform within the time restraints given by promoter. A 10 minute or longer set is usually preferred.