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Carolyn Rodriguez

Over the past decade, since first walking into the DFO studios at Dope House Records, hoping to record a demo to shop to labels, Carolyn has become one of the most recognizable voices in the what is now Houston’s vast music industry. For many years Carolyn was the melodic voice behind the verses of the artists at Dope House Records. Though out the years, Carolyn built a strong relationship with South Park Mexican, who at the time was the biggest selling independent artist in the south, and Juan Gotti, one of the record label’s most distinct artists. It wasn’t until 2007, when Jaime “Pain” Ortiz, the label's engineer, decided it was time to introduce Carolyn Rodriguez to the world with her solo debut, “Castellana”. The album was released on September 24, 2007. Prior to Carolyn’s solo debut, she was featured on one of the most controversial albums released, South Park Mexican’s “When Devils Strike”. The album was SPM’s first release after being incarcerated, and created a stir when he released it during his time in the pen. Not only was she featured on SPM’s first album from prison, hitting 4 Billboard charts,but she would be a main factor in his next release “The Last Chair Violinist”. This 2008 release,which hit even more (8) charts on Billboard, featured Carolyn on over half of the tracks.This would once again create a buzz as she planned to release her second album, “Medicine Girl” in 2009 after SPM gave her the nickname. This album featured many of the artists that she frequently worked with such as Lucky Luciano, Juan Gotti, Chingo Bling and of course South Park Mexican himself. She followed this successful release with a “Screwed Up” version of the album. Carolyn set herself apart form all other female counterparts by becoming the first female to release a “Screwed and Chopped” version of an original album. Carolyn would've probably gotten DJ Screw himself to remix the album if he would have been alive, but she did him justice in getting Original S.U.C. DJ Lil’ Randy to remix “Medicine Girl”. Since then Carolyn has been featured on many records and mix tapes. By working with legends such as Kid Frost and the new faces of hip hop, such as Devin the Dude,Chamillionaire, Z-Ro,Killa Kyleon, Smoke DZA, and Chingo Bling, “Medicine Girl” has been able to keep her patients at ease by giving them doses of her melodic medicine. She also teamed up with long time friend and musician, Juan Gotti, to release “Dope La Familia” in July 2011. In 2010, Carolyn teamed up with long time supporters Khool-Aid and E-Dub of the nationally syndicated radio show “Pocos pero Locos”. Khool-Aid and E-Dub run a label called Silent Giant Entertainment, and just in time for 2012, they are releasing the “Night Nurse EP” through Fontana/Universal, another album that is sure to provide the streets with just the right amount of dosage to keep the Night Nurse’s patients at ease. The title track 'Night Nurse' features Baby Bash and will be released with a video this spring.Carolyn Rodriguez is definitely the definition of a HUSTLER, and over the past few years she has proved it to the world. 2012 seems to be a great year for Carolyn as her next mixtape “Purp Is My Perfume” aka “P.I.M.P.” gets ready to flood the streets. You are sure to smell the potency of her perfume as she enters the room, and she plans on leaving an impression that one will hardly forget.