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Lady xXx (2004)
BackAlley Entertainment


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When do a pair of six-inch heels and luscious lips make even the world’s most well versed battle rappers run for cover? Anytime the fire starting female phenom, Lady XXX, grabs the mic… that’s when. Skills are skills, whether behind a jersey or a corset. After experiencing the first twenty seconds of the original rhymes pouring out of this damn fine lyricist, all will agree.
Lady XXX, born Alnisa Rivera in Bronx, New York found her first true love in music. Being surrounded by others who used rap as a focus point to block out the negativity of the streets, Lady XXX formed the same habit. Already naturally creative, the technique and style of local rappers enhanced her own lyrical skill. This introduction to expression of the soul through rhyme was originated in New York and was cultivated in Los Angeles, California where she moved during her early years.
From coast to coast the fiery rapper has been given the opportunity to absorb diverse styles, which she now incorporates into her unforgettable lyrics. Unlike the usual shallow rhyme schemes of this generation’s female rapper, Lady XXX has developed a unique style that blends three winning components: Rap, Song and The Damn Truth. Excuse the clichés, but for anyone desiring a complete woman who has no problem with keeping it real, whether spitting about giving it up or getting it, spreading love or bringing pain… meet Lady XXX with a flow that is already shaking the game.
The physical attributes are guaranteed to grab your attention first but we must appreciate the talent and experience of this rapping beauty who has previously collaborated with other rising stars and has been featured on several albums. A few include Samaj’s “Chile Young Chile,” Kiswahili’s “Life After James,” and Underground’s “3Volution, Doomsday.” But the resume doesn’t end there. When Lady XXX is in a crowd, she’s the girl that sticks out… you know who we’re talking about. She only planned to attend the Premier of Tupac’s film, Resurrection, but was pulled onto the stage to perform with the Outlawz. Enough said.
BackAlley Entertainment works with only the most promising and talented artists. It is no surprise that Las Vegas’s most well-known independent producer, Miestro, has opened his studio where the two have collaborated and completed a highly anticipated album. BackAlley Entertainment and Lady XXX are about to drop a bomb that will call forth the Revolution of the Female Rapper.