LADY CHANN FT RAGE ‘NOT ME’ 13TH DEC (PRE ORDER NOV 2ND)

Taken from her forthcoming EP ‘Corrupchann’ Lady Chann releases ‘Not Me’ ft Rage, the follow up to ‘Knowledge’ ft grime legend Flowdan

 “She should bash men with bashment” Guardian
“British dancehall deejay Lady Chann is a beast, her flow incisive and cutting—she’s one of our favourite talents on any funky bashment tracks right now” The Fader
“Lady Chann can spit rhymes as ferocious as any male MC, toasting over jittery beats that push the dancehall definition to breaking point” Clash magazine
“Not Me is a sexually charged song about what men & women find acceptable in and out of the bedroom. I give my opinions and Rage, I’m sure, represents most men’s mentality about what they like in the bedroom.” Lady Chann
From The Worlds End (estate in Chelsea), to Dancehall royalty; Chanelle Williams aka Lady Chann is a formidable female presence in the world of dancehall and bashment. She released ‘Sticky Situation’ as part an the EP pf the same name on Toddla T’s Girl’s Music label which earned her plaudits from the The Guardian, The Fader, and Clash amongst others. Lady Chann has worked with the best names in grime, dancehall and dubstep, including Sticky, Toddla T, Durrty Goodz, Congo Natty and Skibadee, to mention a few. A staple London carnival favourite, Chann has been responsible for some bashment classics over the past few years including 2009’s Your Eye Too Fast and 2010’s Sticky Situation and Feel Calm.

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Rage: @RageSlewMafia

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