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Lil Mocha

I remember listenin' to Salt-n-Pepa, Roxanne Shante, Queen Latifah, and all the other female rap artist. Back then I didn't know how to rap I knew how to beat box. So in school we use to wait for recess and get in a circle and I use to beat box with the fellas and my girls would rap. I always had music in my life. My mom would have all kind of parties and I would stand in the middle of the floor and just dance and my mom friends use to tell my mom that I was going to be a star. In high school my mom moved my sister and I to Sac-Town. It was different. I use to do talent show with my friend Msiba Riddick. We were called "The taste of Choklate" her name was M&M, and my name was Choklateze. We had people tryinhg to f*%# us because that had a big label. I'm not going to say any names or any record labels.

In, 2000 I started doing shows with B.I.D.O "Ballin in da O"; in the Bus(Columbus,Ohio) I did alot of shows and met with a lot of people. Always V.I.P. Bad times happen to B.I.D.O., then I was back on my own. All I did was write all the time, while I was waiting for a better time to get my music heard. I ran into a producer "Toney Spadde" talking about making beats I think he is one of the best in the Bus. Of course, he gave me alot of his beats. So I started writing to them.

I did a performance @ the Columbus Convention Center for B.E.T 'www' thats when I ran into Cersire. A business minded individual she is. Gotta have her on my team. Then I met up with Mz. Mizery, and Ci-Dubb 2 two other tight ass female MC's they are. We linked up and made a couple hot tracks. Now I'm ready to make this happen because like Queen Latifah said we need a hot female MC.