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Published on December 25th, 2022 | by Bryson "Boom" Paul


Spotlight: Lady Raw’s Latest Offering “Corona” Is Making Noise

New to our platform is “Lady Raw”, a rising hip-hop/rap artist from Savannah, GA, whose music is both versatile and authentic. Born on January 17, 1991, Lady Raw has been passionate about music since she was only 12 years old. However, it wasn’t until 2017 that she decided to take her music career seriously, and it’s been onwards and upwards ever since.

Lady Raw’s music is a reflection of her feelings about everyday situations and the desire to inspire others to be confident in themselves. Her authentic sound and versatile style set her apart from other artists in the genre.

As a female artist in the rap game, Lady Raw recognizes that the music industry is rapidly expanding and evolving. She sees this as a tremendous opportunity to make her mark in the industry and showcase her unique sound.

Lady Raw draws inspiration from her family, her children, and her late brother, who always supported her dreams of being a successful musician. She has achieved notable milestones in her career, including collaborating with Bow Wow and Soulja Boy and landing on the iTunes Charts in Belgium with her song “Swap.” She also achieved the significant accomplishment of having her face featured on a billboard in New York City’s Times Square.

In the future, Lady Raw has ambitions of owning her record label and sharing her industry knowledge with upcoming artists. Her advice to young musicians is to never give up on their dreams and never let anyone tell them what they can or can’t do.

Her newest single “Corona”, featuring Yung Damon. Following up a series of fiery singles such as “Brinks” and “Dezigner”, that continued to refine her stylish, streetwise sound, “Corona” makes for an infectious, icy joint. She displays a natural chemistry with Yung Damon as they trade melodically-tinged verses atop the frigid production, merging sharp flows with heavy bass and creeping synths.

“Corona” contains nocturnal, menacing production built around frigid keys and crisp, snapping percussion. Booming 808s moor the track and give it a distinctive bounce, infusing with the imposing energy of the track’s vocals cohesively. The rappers manage to harness the beat’s cathartic energy with raw verses and crisp deliveries while packing their performances with a subtle, ominous energy.

About the Author

Bryson "Boom" Paul is a well-known journalist and media correspondent. He has written for OC Weekly, LA Weekly, Dallas Observer, Hip Hop DX, The Source and more. Throughout 13-plus years, he has interviewed the biggest names in music, like Tyler the Creator, 50 Cent and Sean Paul.

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