With all the hype surrounding southern rap, as well as the new female MC movement, it is without wander that the South presents its number one contender.... Ms. Re' - "Da Boss Baby". With a few exceptions, the history of the female rapper consists of frivolous beauties that are content with being seen and indifferent to being heard. Their credibility becomes lost in their inability to deliver self-written, self-lived lyrics. Even though sex sells, it can only get a woman so far in the game, especially when it comes to seasoned music listeners. Once people get past the cosmetics and glamour, they are going to want someone real, someone they can relate to, someone like Ms. Re'.
Born and raised in Bogalusa , a small city buried away in Southeast Louisiana , this artist symbolizes the epitome of survival and what it means to “follow your dreams”. As you can hear in her music, this lady is no stranger to struggle and definitely not "lame to the game". While most would sweep a frustrating past under the rug, Ms. Re' paints a vivid picture for all who will listen. Anything anyone could possibly want to know about her can be found in her lyrics - from her heritage to her painful divorce. It's this raw openness, coupled with captivating wits, that has earned Ms. Re’ a Southern Entertainment Award nomination.
As a mother, independent artist, model, host and CEO of her own entertainment company (Boss Baby Entertainment), Ms. Re' shares stories of her joys, pains, struggles and enlightenments through her music. Her favorite quote, "Anything from the heart will reach the heart", has proven true with her capturing international listening audiences. Her vision is to inspire the world through life’s lessons in lyrics that any person can relate to. Not only is she in full control of her creativity, she's also establishing herself as a business woman. Ms. Re', the South's 1 Contender, has rightfully earned the title: "Da Boss Baby".