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mixtapes: The Industry Probate, Poonanee Grudge



With influences like Tupac Amuru Shakur, Rakim, Lauryn Hill, Aalyiah, MC Lyte, Sade, India Irie, Black Ice and Jill Scott. Music has formed an uprising star by the name of Sheen~marie.
What sets her apart from other bands is her unique style of music, as if all of her inspirations have somehow combined through the speakers. She produces, composes and writes her own music. However, she loves working with other composors, artist and produces, etc.

ONE DAY I'LL WRITE THE GREATEST SONG "UNWRITTEN" LIKE THE BEST IS YET TO COME. ONEDAY I'LL RAP THE GREATEST RHYME AND POETRY HIP HOP CAN EVER FIND (instead of getting in bull sh** a** rapp battles arguing who has the better skills, becoming slaves of the mic,when you cant even control your flow, but you hot though. Cuz lets be honest, business just turned into politics.) ONE DAY I'LL BE THE GREATEST SINGER, STR8 NEO-SOUL WITH IT ONE DAY I'LL BE THE GREATEST PRODUCER TIL MY BEATS WOULD BE SO CONTAGIOUS I CREATED A NEW FLAVOR, MIGHT AS WELL CALL IT A GENRE (but the exe. too afraid, he's a punk anyway, while he trying to play politics, my flavor done made a wave, you industry, i'am in the streets, the flavor comes from me.) TODAY HE ASKED ME WHO I WAS, thats only because he forcasted that I am the HARRIET TUBMAN OF THE INDUSTRY. so you can Cointelpro THIS aka THE INDUSTRY PROBATE VOL.1

Born in new Orleans, La August 31, 1984; Sheena started rapping at the age of 10 performing on top of a school bench at Ephesus Junior Academy in the lower 9th ward. At age 12 she began writing songs in church and performing at numerous occassions and youth conventions. By the time she reached high school, known as Soldier Girl/Lady Soldier, she started sing & rapping in the hallways, classes, yard and numerous occassions at Alfred Lawless High. Thereafter, she attended Delgado Community College where on her off time she would perform slam poetry loudly in the Student Union. Later, to be introduced to the best poetry spots in New Orleans, such as, Ebony Square and the True Brew Cafe; known as the poet, Seven with poems like "one breathe back" "sounds" and a song called "my life". Sheena then attended Southern A&M University in the fall of 2005. Shortly after was hurricane Katrina then Rita. During her time spent, she performed in numerous talent and homecoming events. Sheena has opened up for Trey songs' concert with a poem called "Willie Lynch on a flatscreen: R.I.P. New Orleans", and also for a Megan Rochell concert. Sheena now owns Conglomerate Fold Productions, which is an entertainment agency (record company/modeling agency); and also working with a non-profit organization called S.P.A.R.K. UNITY (spreading positivity and reinforcing knowledge).''