News RnB 20/02/2009

Meet Miss Knockout Your New Favourite Rap Chic!!



NEW YORK (Top40 Charts/ Miss Knockout Official Website) - The first thing you must know about this USA-Queens, NY native is she doesn't want to be addressed as a female emcee. "Don't put a label on me i am an emcee period". A lot of girls are quick to throw out there that they are of female gender and automatically pigeon hole themselves.

Not this fiesty emcee, she want's to be known for her witty word play, catchy hooks and die hard grind. Starting out as a DJ and then switching to emceeing her early days consisted of working music seminars to get in the showcases and battles. She became an A&R assistance sitting in on music meetings with eddie o'loughlin of Next Plateu Records learning every thing about the biz and what lables look for. Alway hitting em with hard lyrics but learning to tweek them for world wide appeal.

Her nack for writing landed her a writing gig with Floss Magazine interviewing big stars such as Patricia Field,Rachel Ray,Keyshia Cole, 50 cent and G unit,Trey Songs,E-40,Jada Kiss, Busta Rymes to name a few with two Cover stories under her belt. Her buzz on the New York scene is causing quite a stir with her peers as she states,"Hip Hop is a very competitive sport, when I come around my peers are un easy and a lot of strange things happen, I love it!! it means i'm on my job, I play to win. On the verge on signing on to a new management team they compare her to the likes of Jada Kiss, quick thinker and very witty.

With her current promotional song "Step up" getting loaded up to dj's seratos by the minute and her infectionist Raga Taga reggae beat song "Get it Get it" Produced by famous bass player Francky Moulet, her myspace page is topping 6 Million hits and her stage performance shows she can make an audience melt in the palm of her hands. She did a show recently in the middle of time square in NYC and got a standing ovation and an encore chant!

As she prepares to take her show on the road to anyone that will listen."I know it's time to venture out, i did a couple of shows out of town and the response has been great, I can get used to it quick!! I don't wanna be the small fish in the big pond". Get ready for Miss Knockout cause she's dangerous like Laila Ali!






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