Published on October 3rd, 2019 | by Hype Editorial0
Miss Knockout Stays True to the Game With Official Music Video “No Cappin”
MISS KNOCKOUT A.K.A. TRUE TO THE GAME. Miss Knockout comes from South Jamaica, Queens. Starting as an Independent hip hop artist she decided to go study and explored the actor’s world. Thru hard work and dedication she is making her presence known booking major commercials, billboard ads, Television appearances, Making a Costar appearance on Gotham, or You might have seen her in the Beats by Dre commercial with Kevin Garnett yelling “you all washed up” at him, Orange is the new black as a reoccurring inmate, Basketball wives and the new movie “Free the nipple” to name a few. And with that said, a certain mentality comes with growing up in South Jamaica, Queens; once you set out to do something, you’re so determined that no one can stop you…
In 2012 she was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer and fought like a warrior to combat this disease while never missing a beat with her grind. Her acting is taking off but it all started with hip hop at age 14 doing seminars to compete in battles. Let’s go deep into Miss Knockout’s world from the beginning.
A female rapper is a female whom just raps miss knockout is not defined as a rap chic she’s more than that she is an artist whom does not limit herself to just hip hop she is a writer who is read by millions and a business women who takes her brand seriously.
With 2 albums done she does not box herself into one sound lacing Hip hop, R & B, house tracks she doesn’t limit herself from the popular top 40 market but still lyrically inclined to capture the underground market. Not too many artists can write hit songs and take it to the streets to hang with the boys. As a published writer at Floss Magazine, Miss Knockout has interviewed and wrote articles on major artists such as 50 Cent and G Unit, Keyshia Cole, E-40,Trey Songz, Patricia Fields, Rachel Roy, Busta Rhymes, Jada Kiss and Soulja boy Tellem to name a few. She stumbled upon an all female music website called Queenpenz, loaded up her songs and lock jaws into the No. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 spots on the charts for four months.
The owners declared her the face of Queenpenz and have her hosting her own radio show at blogtalkradio.com/queenpenz every Sunday from 2p.m. ’til 4 p.m. Some of New York’s biggest DJs like DJ Self at Power 105 have played her songs in the club. She is a 2 time winner of “Best female rap artist” category in the upper New York state music awards. An internet beast with 35 million hits on Myspace when it was at its height and 25,000 plus fan base combined on YouTube, reverbnation, Facebook and twitter. Her Instagram is at 15k and growing. Her constant growing buzz is making her relevant among her peers. She’s confident and not intimidated by challenges women are often faced with in the business.
“Female rap artists, I believe, would go much further in realizing each of us has something different and unique to the game. Sacrificing a career, college, maybe a family, because you are so determined to do something you love is a gamble. And it looks like the bet will finally pay off because the buzz is on and it only takes the right opportunity to present itself to MISS KNOCKOUT and the game will never be the same. With MISS KNOCKOUT comes change; and change is inevitable. She’s confident and ready to lead by example and break the cycle for females in the industry. Meet Miss Knockout, she is more than just a Rap chic!
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