LADY Leshurr has seen her star soar since she appeared on Dancing On Ice.
She has had an incredible career and is famous for her Queen’s Speech and D.I.V raps.
Who is Lady Leshurr?
Lady Leshurr is a 32-year-old rapper from Birmingham.
Her real name is Melesha Katrina O’Garro and she was born December 15, 1989.
In 2016, she won the MOBO Award, celebrating excellence in black music, for Best Female Act.
Then in 2019, she won the award for Best Rap/Grime Act at the Birmingham Music Awards, and received the British Empire Medal in the 2020 Birthday Honours.
She appeared on the 2020 version of Celebrity Masterchef.
Then in 2021 she made it to the semi-finals of Dancing On Ice.
In March 2021 she took part in Channel 4’s Celebrity Circle.
Lady Leshurr is not married.
What was Lady Leshurr’s big break?
Lady Leshurr is best known for her Queen’s Speech series of freestyles which launched her to fame.
Queen’s Speech 4, which was released in 2016, is considered to be her most popular.
Thanks to this, she is considered to be the most successful female Grime artist ever.
How did Lady Leshurr start her music career?
Born to parents from the Caribbean isle of Saint Kitts, she first starting writing lyrics from the age of six.
She then released her first mixtape at age fourteen.
Speaking in 2011 to The Independent she said: “I grew up around music.
“My mum used to play a lot of reggae like Sister Nancy and Bob Marley around the house so basically, when I was around six, I was messing about and doing my own little raps and songs.
“My family are all rappers and singers anyway so I was always involved in it from a young age.”