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May 9, 2009 She's only 23, but the British rapper has already lived a lifetime in the music business. After entering the scene as a teenager, enjoying a No. 1 single and ultimately parting ways with Def Jam Records, she's now issued her sophomore release.
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January 29, 2007 The diminuitive British rapper Louise Harman, known as Lady Sovereign, is the first foreign female artist signed by Jay Z's Island Def Jam label. Despite her regal title, Lady Sovereign grew up in a public housing project in London, and her rhymes are anything but highbrow.
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