Lady Xplicit
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Lady Xplicit

San Diego, California, United States

San Diego, California, United States
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Here’s a clip from the Lil Kim concert at 4th & B – San Diego, CA hosted by Kevin Ray & Nasty-O with DJ Righteous on the 1s and 2s. We also got a chance to chop it up with Lady Xplicit as she opened for the Queen Bee. -

An epic itinerary for North Park Music Thing
By Peter Holslin
New Mexico - Photo by Jon ElliottIf this year’s North Park Music Thing is notable for anything, it’s sheer ambition. Just look at the numbers: 153 bands, musicians and DJs; 15 venues; two nights.
Now in its third year, the festival (organized by the San Diego Music Foundation, whose president is CityBeat publisher Kevin Hellman) is the biggest local music showcase of the year, featuring two days of seminars with music-industry movers and shakers and two nights of music in bars in North Park, South Park and Normal Heights, featuring small acts, local favorites and a handful of touring bands mostly from California.

But who’s worth seeing? I’ve come up with an epic itinerary to get you through the weekend:


8 p.m.: This one’s a toss-up. Brother duo Writer (at U-31) makes unique, roughly hewn indie rock. Neon Cough (at The Office) offer up jangly pop with saccharine melodies. Street of Little Girls (at Whistle Stop) play epic gypsy-rock with biting lyrics and sugary-sweet vocals.

9 p.m.: If you’ve seen Jamuel Saxon (Bar Pink) more than once, you know that Keith Milgaten’s solo project is never the same twice. Whether he’s manning a laptop as guys covered with white sheets drum ominously on floor toms or he’s playing keyboards with a full band, expect a fevered brand of pop gold with hypnotic synths, Auto-Tuned vocals and dance-y beats.

10 p.m.: One of the best jazz singers in the city, if not the best, Miss Erika Davies (Claire de Lune) has a magnificent, mature voice that flutters fragilely, soars confidently and bends smoothly across registers, augmented with her ukulele and Jon Garner’s lithe guitar. It’s enough to make you wonder why she’d bother playing a local-music showcase when she could be touring Europe.

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11 p.m.–midnight: Kadan Club has a hip-hop showcase with plenty of quality MCs, among them the dynamic duo Parker and the Numberman (9:20 p.m.) and the freaky Lady Xplicit (10:40 p.m.). But the highlight is Deep Rooted (11:40 p.m.), local hip-hop mainstays who serve up inspired, cutting rhymes. There’s also an MC battle kicking off at midnight.

12:35 a.m.: Known as much for their sharp suits as their spirited take on folk, gospel and Americana, the gentlemen of The Silent Comedy (U-31) seem to come straight from an older, weirder America. Their latest album, Common Faults, won a San Diego Music Awards nomination. But their live show is another story—one CityBeat writer compared it to a Pentecostal tent revival.

Other highlights: Tape Deck Mountain (U-31, 8:45), Jhameel (The Office, 8:45), Lights On (Whistle Stop, 9:50), Sister Crayon (AC Lounge, 10). John Meeks (Lestat’s, midnight)


4 p.m.: Stop by Tin Can Ale House (1863 Fifth Ave. in Bankers Hill) for a free pre-party with performances by Chairs Missing and Vegetarian Werewolf, two great new local acts. Chairs Missing plays radiant acoustic indie rock, while Vegetarian Werewolf dissects the universe with a keyboard and a boom box.

8 p.m.: Make sure you catch up-and-coming indie rockers D/Wolves (Soda Bar). Lead songwriter Joel Williams happens to be the little brother of the dude from Wavves, but don’t expect irreverent lo-fi from these accomplished young musicians. Their melodious, unpredictable songcraft is undergirded with a killer rhythm section that has the expressiveness of a jazz combo.

9:25 p.m.: If you’re looking for folk music with that indescribably magical feeling, you’ll find it in San Juan Capistrano’s The Union Line (Sunset Temple Room, 2906 University Ave.), with their glistening guitars, rolling drums and haunting choruses. But let’s not forget about the wonderful Chairs Missing (Ruby Room), for whom a clone would come in handy.

10:30 p.m.: There’s nothing quite like the Beach Boys-meets- Captain Beefheart mindfuck of Heavy Hawaii (Soda Bar): disjointed lo-fi arrangements, dissonant rock riffs, ghoulish oohaah vocals that sound like a parody of Animal Collective. I can’t help but feel that they’re on to something.

11:30 p.m.: New Mexico (Bar Pink), the new incarnation of much-beloved rock band Apes of Wrath, has a new set of songs that’re pared-down, hard-driving and so awesome that somebody at a recent show felt compelled to pick the guitarist up mid-song and carry him around the room. Seriously.

Other highlights: Hyena (U-31, 10:35), Sleep Lady (Eleven, 10:45), Sleepwalkerz (Queen Bee’s, 11:15), Abe Vigoda (Soda Bar, 11:30), Lord Howler (Kadan Club, 12:30), The Screamin’ Yeehaws (Ken Club, 12:50). - The City Beat

Francisco Medavog with models wearing his Erte in the 21st Century collection, one of the featured lines shown at the Hot August Night event at PureFitness. Photo by Diana Cavagnaro
slideshow PureFitness health club, 501 West Broadway, held a Hot August Night fashion event downtown on Aug. 26. The evening was a member appreciation and open house with hors d’oeuvres and featured a rocking fashion show. The line up for the catwalk included Latitude 22, Jasmine Hampton, Tatiana Design, Elevated Design and Medavog Couture.

Francisco Medavog calls his new, innovative line Erte in the 21st Century and accessorized his collection with jewelry from Matthew Cirello and Angela Piccard. Medavog also showed this line at the Hyatt Regency in Beverly Hills and a unique art and fashion event, “Love Struck,” at the La Jolla Playhouse. Recently. he presented his bikini line, Venus Beyond Atlantis, at the Playboy Mansion.

The evening at PureFitness included an art show by Alexander Salazar Fine Art and a special performance by Lady XPLICIT.

All guests at the event were encouraged to bring a can of food to donate to the San Diego Food Bank and the Jewish Family Service.

Read more: San Diego Community News Group - Hot August Night highlights fashion at Pure Fitness - SD NEWS

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In 2005 Lady Xplicit began featuring on other musician's projects and can be found on several mixtapes. Soon after she released several public service announcements directed towards the youth to prevent STD's, mainly HIV, which have received regular radio play and exposure in the South Western states. Lady X released her debut album “It Comes Natural" featuring the single "Set It Off" and "Finest City" in 2009. The video "Set It Off" has received thousands of views on Youtube alone. "Finest City" was featured on the local news station, Fox 6 News. Currently the album is available everywhere online. She just released sophomore album "Cali Girl" and it is available physically and digitally. Some of her singles such as "I Don't Give", "Party Don't Start" and "Set It Off" currently have regular radio play at local radio stations.



Lady Xplicit, a rare San Diego native of African American and Navajo heritage. She is not only one of the few reppin' the West Coast, but she is one of the only females with the potential to bring it back to the West.
In 2008, Lady Xplicit started Strictly Business, a management and consulting company, and began recording her first album. She has been on a constant endeavor to let the world know that she means business. Lady Xplicit has overcome the idea of the music industry being a man’s world, a sentiment best stated in her own words: “I can wear the pants but do it better in a skirt.” Her methods of doing business are readily observable but produce no carbon copy, just watch and learn.
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