If you haven't seen it already, the video for Lil Mama's "Lip Gloss" is poppin'!, and the 17 year old artist conceived of the entire video herself! Lil Mama is having a ton of success right now and it continues to grow. Check her out and be there before she blows up.
Hailing out of the East New York section of Brooklyn, Lil Mama (now 16 years of age) has been honing her skills for 5 solid years. She has blossomed to a triple threat excelling in rhyming, dancing, and singing! She is a next level artist with 3 lethal elements as part of her repertoire. Truly, Lil Mama is a master of her domain and the poster child for what a real evolved Hip Hop artist should be! Her rhyme patterns and flow almost instantly capture the listener. More over, her commanding voice and style attracts the attention of even the skeptics. And if that doesn't win them over, she'll hit you melodies that move the soul and tap the toes.
On the visual side of things, Lil Mama is a bonafied dancer professionally trained in Choreography, Freestyle Hip Hop, and Modern Jazz. She is currently taking acting classes and already pitching ideas for creative educational shows geared toward the youth. Currently, Lil Mama's new single "Lip Gloss" is blazing the airwaves and has quickly become a favorite on several mix show rotations. This, along with her buzz and many other attributes led to Lil Mama just recently signing a huge deal with Familiar Mindz/Jive Records! With an arsenal of powerful songs, Lil Mama is working alongside the likes of Swizz Beats, Green Lantern, and Scram Jones on her debut album. More powerhouse names will quickly be added to that list. It is a new beginning; and Lil Mama is at the helm representing for the next generation of Hip hop music! In 2007, she will prove to be an unstoppable force to be reckoned with!
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