Ms Dramaganza
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Ms Dramaganza


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"Urban Exposure 'Uncensored(2005)"

".......Bubbling up like fine Champagne, the Midwest's hottest up and coming female emcee displays the kind of lyrical versatility that is destined to propel her to national prominence in the near future.
Utilizing her vevet-smooth alto voice, she is able to deliver urban narratives that have broad appeal, covering a variety of topics that anyone can relate to. Her vocals embrace hooks to add a soulful flavor that is often missing from much of today's music........"


"serious lyrical ability"
-Sean"DJ Soul"Williams -V103

"A breath of fresh air to see lyrically original female rock the mic"
-Dee Dee Cocheta, A Black Clan Associate

- R.Lateef

"Streettalk Newspaper 'Grindin' (2006)"

"Ms. Dramaganza's letttin folk in the ATL know that there is a hard hittin female making the grindin rounds." - Pamela Brown


Ms. Dramaganza is now promoting a pre album maxi single release entitled "The Girl Next Door". Songs include "It's Cool" (a female anthem) and "Do the down na way" (a dance with origins from Cincinnati) (Video available), and "The Girl Next Door. (2008)

Girl Next Door EP (2008)

Ms. Dramaganza was featured on DJ Siza's (Superfriends Djs) mixtape entitled The Dirty Side of Hip Hop. (2006)

*Featured in Atlanta's SIR Magazine (2007)
*Featured in Atlanta's Break Magazine (2007)
*Featured in Atlanta's Hot Block Magazine and mix tape
*Featured on Volume 1 and 2 of GroundHog Networks Underground Hogs. Hosted by DJ Aaries and LOD's DJ Brad
*Featured in multiple E-blasts and Newsletters, etc (2007)
*Featured on Klark Shepard's Ready to Brawl mixtape (2005)

WVEE 103.3(Atlanta)2008
WHTA 107.9 (Atlanta) 2007
WIZF 101.1 The Wiz (Cincinnati)(2005)

Ether Wave internet radio (currently in rotation)

The Showcase Compilation w/ Ice Cold (2003)

It's My Turn Maxi Single (2000) WIZF 101.1, 88.3



______2007- 08 FACTS______
>First female artist to win Atlantas most popular showcase in its 4 year duration. Won twice in a row. (World Famous Royal Peacock)
>First female solo artist (no features) to win consecutively in a row and have her song retired on Battle Grounds, WHTA 107.9 FM (ATL)
> Hosted famous Atlantis Music Conference 10th Anniversary's Beauty & Beast Show (Apache)
>Won BAD BOY Showcase (Sugar Hill)
>Won Club Crucial’s Showcase (T.I.’s club)
>Won Jagged Edge Showcase (GWCC)
>Won Throwbacks Showcase (Throwbacks)
>Won Rip the Stage Showcase (D’jangos)
>Won 291 Showcase (291)
>Won Almost Famous Showcase (Center Stage)
>Won “Who’s got that Vibe" Showcase (Café 290)
(NOTE: Came in on the last week to qualify for Season’s Finale. Won Season’s Finale!)
>Song played on over 20 internet stations, V103 (atl), 107.9(atl) 101.1 (ohio)
________"A Few Featured Performances":_________
>Groundhog Train Showcase >Atlanta’s Got Talent TV Show
>291 (NITTI) >College Hill Elementary School
>Club Miami >Greg Street Showcase
>Dynamic Producer’s Swap Meet >Hood Hard TV
>Bronner Brothers Hair Extravaganza >Got Hits
>Time to Shine >NAACP
>Atlantis Music Conference >AUC Showcase
>XM Radio >Billboard Event

Everyday is another chance to be heard. This is the take on life through Dramaganza's eyes. Since age 9, this hip hop phenomenon has been pouring her heart out through song. Gracing over 3000 statewide talent shows & showcases and open mics, sharing the stage with over 15 major recording artists and managing the business end along the way, is proof music what she was clearly placed on this planet to do.She recorded her first song at age 12. Not even old enough to drive, she�d sign herself up for talent shows in the neighborhood and at annual festivals. Energetic, passion filled performances came natural. Acting in local plays, writing short stories, dancing, singing and rapping all foreshadowed a talented career ahead. While her peers were pre-occupied with typical teen dealings, Dramaganza much rather preferred staying inside to write and rehearse new songs to be recorded. Every chance she�d get, she�d show off her talents not because she could, but because she loved music. As she grew older, she learned being an entertainer could bring in revenue. This triggered the eagerness to someday become a superstar!

Basketball Player Tyrone Hill added Ms. Drama to his label, ALL Net Records. After closing the company abruptly, she decided to study this business of music and obtained a degree in Audio Video Production. " I just noticed why no one can grind for you, like you!" "8000 plus maxi singles, self distributed later, which included production by Mark Sparks (Anthony Hamilton, Sunshine Anderson), Ms. Dramaganza decided to relocate to GA, where she founded the label Crankin Entertainment, LLC. This began her quest for a production team.

She left Milwaukee and packed up and left Cincinnati to launch a career in music. She released a mixtape entitled "Extra Extra! GOT BEATS?. This mixtape was designed to display her versitility as a writer. She's flowing over beats from The Game, to singing over Erykah Badu's track, to chanting and holding her own over an OutKast composition. With 7 originals and 16 industry tracks, listening to her word play and clingy hooks will definitely confirm she is a professional with lack of needed exposure. One of the songs that snatched listeners' attention first, would be the first song, "Keep your Beat." Derived from TI's "You dont know me." This was a song dedicated to unknown producers insisting on being compensated a substantial amount per track as if there was major label backing.

"Keep yo Beat":

"It's bout time I made a song for ni#@as taxin for beats/
Actin like they Dr.Dre but they aint got the
They look at me like I'm ballin cause I'm always clean/
If they do a audit on me, find a dollar and a

(Hear the rest of the song

The mixtape, still buzzing, also featured her freestyling with Da Brat (1997) after opening up for her at a show promoted by Pimpin Ken Ivy, Bishop Don Juan, Tony Neal (Core Djs) and Gino in Milwaukee. Ms. Dramaganza's buzz only grew stronger from the circulation of CDs and performances throughout the midwest.

Ms. Dramaganza was a finalist for
Atlanta's Best Independant Artist song submission for WHTA 107.9's Navan Session's Contest. (2005)She was also a finalist for Atlanta's WVEE V103/Pepsi Commercial contest.

Her latest release is a maxi-single, which includes southern bangers such as
"It's Cool" (a female anthem),
"Do the down na way"
featuring the Bishop of Crunk and "Im on the go" (an R&Bish mature feel), and newest hit "girl next door" "