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Lady Luck - Mar 23,2011

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Red Carpet Tuesdays - Special guest - Lady Luck Lady Luck is no typical hip-hop artist. Born not to late into the era, she grew up in the early ninety’s influenced by the likes of L.L Cool J, M.C Lyte, Run-Dmc, and The Fat Boys. Hailing from englewood, new jersey she was right across the bridge from the mecca of hip-hop. One night her mom came home from a late night of partying and she told her “mommy i wanna rap.” Together they created history and wrote what was her 1st vicious rhyme which molded her amongst the greats today. Every chance that presented itself young Luck was on the mic. From bbq’s to talent shows shorty came to rock the mic. Respected amongst the hip hop community Lady Luck is ready for a new start. Maturing has changed her image and a impressive weight loss makes her a sex symbol. “I make music. im not a battle rapper, im not a gimmick, im a musician. Soon ya’ll will recognize me for that” Claiming that all she’s ever been noticed for is her rap challenges shes eager for the world to hear her current music. Entitled “Are we there yet” the cd only features singers on the hooks. Its an emotional cd that shows the many colors to her personality. “I just wanna grow. I want people to grow with me.” The cd, Luck explains, is an introduction to the music she wants to make. Are we there yet is a play on words for her career, a car ride (you play the cd during) and minorities. With a powerful intro the video has recieved rave reviews from online communities as well as celebrities. With plans on directing more videos, movies, skits, parodies, documentaries she is bound to corner the market.

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