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There’s no question about it Lady X was born to perform. This beauty has a voice that has left seasoned artists in awe, her talent and ability to adapt to any genre of music further proves that she was born to be on a stage. Her voice is rich, warm and soulful. Her versatility has opened up doors for her and allowed her to collaborate with reputable producers and artist.

 

Lady X: "I am an entertainer, I live for the stage, I am the stage, it is a part of who I am.”

As a Jazz Major from The Wits School of Arts, music has truly become a part of Lady X's journey. With knowledge and empowerment being a goal for Lady X in her strife for feminism in South Africa, graduating from the AAA School of Advertising and majoring in Brand Management and acquiring her Honours degree from The Vega School of Brand Leadership majoring in Creative Brand Communications, Lady X manages the growth of the brand that is Lady X.

 

Lady X as she is known in the industry is a force to be reckoned with and has set her sights on being one of South Africa’s most recognized artists. This is one goal that is within reach. She caught the eye of music listeners with Mo Flava’s 2011 remix of Mr Cee’s “Xivumba” by DJ Micks of Kalawa Jazmee. This remix became an instant hit and fast became one of the highest rotating songs on youth and urban radio stations. What followed was an instantly successful debut single entitled, “Loving You” featuring UHURU and Black Motion that ushered in a new era in her musical career. “Loving You” received recognition, dominating the number one position on South Africa’s national, multi provincial, commercial and community radio stations as well as Botswana, Nigeria, The US and The UK. The video for “Loving You” released in 2014 was a great success being played on Trace, Channel O and MTV Base

 

2015 saw Lady X introducing her audience to the Xhosa songstress within her in a single titled; ‘WHO’ that featured 999 music artists, Afrikan Roots. This single fused her Xhosa heritage with various sounds without compromising the quality of her voice and offering. This transformation left audiences in awe and left her proud as she debuted her ability in styling and conceptualizing videos.

2016 began with Lady X releasing a new single titled; ‘Seasons’ and again worked with 999 music artists, Afrikan Roots.

 

Lady X continues to dominate and set her own rules as her careers flourishes thanks to strategic collaborations. To date she has worked with beat master heavyweights and reputable producers such as UHURU, Black Motion, Mo Flava, Mono T, DJ Maphorisa, UDU, PM-Project, Soul Candi, UPZ, Abicah Soul, Gino Brown, African Roots and Cuebur.

 

Lady X is not just vocally talented; she has a media background having trained as a news reader, radio presenter and TV presenter from On Cue communications and is an avid actress.

 

2017 marked a new beginning for Lady X. After leaving the record label she was signed to, Lady X ventured out on her own as a business woman and artist and started her own record label with a new, empowered direction in mind, an album to conceptualize and a new sound to create that was truly her.

 

Her new musical journey into Afro Soul incorporates her background in jazz studies as she ventures into her debut album set to be released August 2018, fusing her soulful and afro house background with live session musicians, recordings and a new writing style. Read More...

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There’s no question about it Lady X was born to perform. This beauty has a voice that has left seasoned artists in awe, her talent and ability to adapt to any genre of music further proves that she was born to be on a stage. Her voice is rich, warm and soulful. Her versatility has opened up doors for her and allowed her to collaborate with reputable producers and artist.

 

Lady X: "I am an entertainer, I live for the stage, I am the stage, it is a part of who I am.”

As a Jazz Major from The Wits School of Arts, music has truly become a part of Lady X's journey. With knowledge and empowerment being a goal for Lady X in her strife for feminism in South Africa, graduating from the AAA School of Advertising and majoring in Brand Management and acquiring her Honours degree from The Vega School of Brand Leadership majoring in Creative Brand Communications, Lady X manages the growth of the brand that is Lady X.

 

Lady X as she is known in the industry is a force to be reckoned with and has set her sights on being one of South Africa’s most recognized artists. This is one goal that is within reach. She caught the eye of music listeners with Mo Flava’s 2011 remix of Mr Cee’s “Xivumba” by DJ Micks of Kalawa Jazmee. This remix became an instant hit and fast became one of the highest rotating songs on youth and urban radio stations.

 

What followed was an instantly successful debut single entitled, “Loving You” featuring UHURU and Black Motion that ushered in a new era in her musical career. “Loving You” received recognition, dominating the number one position on South Africa’s national, multi provincial, commercial and community radio stations as well as Botswana, Nigeria, The US and The UK. The video for “Loving You” released in 2014 was a great success being played on Trace, Channel O and MTV Base. Read More..

There’s no question about it Lady X was born to perform. This beauty has a voice that has left seasoned artists in awe, her talent and ability to adapt to any genre of music further proves that she was born to be on a stage. Her voice is rich, warm and soulful. Her versatility has opened up doors for her and allowed her to collaborate with reputable producers and artist.

 

Lady X: "I am an entertainer, I live for the stage, I am the stage, it is a part of who I am.”

As a Jazz Major from The Wits School of Arts, music has truly become a part of Lady X's journey. With knowledge and empowerment being a goal for Lady X in her strife for feminism in South Africa, graduating from the AAA School of Advertising and majoring in Brand Management and acquiring her Honours degree from The Vega School of Brand Leadership majoring in Creative Brand Communications, Lady X manages the growth of the brand that is Lady X.

 

Lady X as she is known in the industry is a force to be reckoned with and has set her sights on being one of South Africa’s most recognized artists. This is one goal that is within reach. She caught the eye of music listeners with Mo Flava’s 2011 remix of Mr Cee’s “Xivumba” by DJ Micks of Kalawa Jazmee. This remix became an instant hit and fast became one of the highest rotating songs on youth and urban radio stations.

 

What followed was an instantly successful debut single entitled, “Loving You” featuring UHURU and Black Motion that ushered in a new era in her musical career. “Loving You” received recognition, dominating the number one position on South Africa’s national, multi provincial, commercial and community radio stations as well as Botswana, Nigeria, The US and The UK. The video for “Loving You” released in 2014 was a great success being played on Trace, Channel O and MTV Base. Read More..

 

 

There’s no question about it Lady X was born to perform. This beauty has a voice that has left seasoned artists in awe, her talent and ability to adapt to any genre of music further proves that she was born to be on a stage. Her voice is rich, warm and soulful. Her versatility has opened up doors for her and allowed her to collaborate with reputable producers and artist.

 

Lady X: "I am an entertainer, I live for the stage, I am the stage, it is a part of who I am.”

As a Jazz Major from The Wits School of Arts, music has truly become a part of Lady X's journey. With knowledge and empowerment being a goal for Lady X in her strife for feminism in South Africa, graduating from the AAA School of Advertising and majoring in Brand Management and acquiring her Honours degree from The Vega School of Brand Leadership majoring in Creative Brand Communications, Lady X manages the growth of the brand that is Lady X.

 

Lady X as she is known in the industry is a force to be reckoned with and has set her sights on being one of South Africa’s most recognized artists. This is one goal that is within reach. She caught the eye of music listeners with Mo Flava’s 2011 remix of Mr Cee’s “Xivumba” by DJ Micks of Kalawa Jazmee. This remix became an instant hit and fast became one of the highest rotating songs on youth and urban radio stations.

 

What followed was an instantly successful debut single entitled, “Loving You” featuring UHURU and Black Motion that ushered in a new era in her musical career. “Loving You” received recognition, dominating the number one position on South Africa’s national, multi provincial, commercial and community radio stations as well as Botswana, Nigeria, The US and The UK. The video for “Loving You” released in 2014 was a great success being played on Trace, Channel O and MTV Base.

 

2015 saw Lady X introducing her audience to the Xhosa songstress within her in a single titled; ‘WHO’ that featured 999 music artists, Afrikan Roots. This single fused her Xhosa heritage with various sounds without compromising the quality of her voice and offering. This transformation left audiences in awe and left her proud as she debuted her ability in styling and conceptualizing videos.

2016 began with Lady X releasing a new single titled; ‘Seasons’ and again worked with 999 music artists, Afrikan Roots.

 

Lady X continues to dominate and set her own rules as her careers flourishes thanks to strategic collaborations. To date she has worked with beat master heavyweights and reputable producers such as UHURU, Black Motion, Mo Flava, Mono T, DJ Maphorisa, UDU, PM-Project, Soul Candi, UPZ, Abicah Soul, Gino Brown, African Roots and Cuebur.

 

Lady X is not just vocally talented; she has a media background having trained as a news reader, radio presenter and TV presenter from On Cue communications and is an avid actress.

 

2017 marked a new beginning for Lady X. After leaving the record label she was signed to, Lady X ventured out on her own as a business woman and artist and started her own record label with a new, empowered direction in mind, an album to conceptualize and a new sound to create that was truly her.

 

Her new musical journey into Afro Soul incorporates her background in jazz studies as she ventures into her debut album set to be released August 2018, fusing her soulful and afro house background with live session musicians, recordings and a new writing style. Read More..

 

 

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There’s no question about it Lady X was born to perform. This beauty has a voice that has left seasoned artists in awe, her talent and ability to adapt to any genre of music further proves that she was born to be on a stage. Her voice is rich, warm and soulful. Her versatility has opened up doors for her and allowed her to collaborate with reputable producers and artist.

As a Jazz Major from The Wits School of Arts, music has truly become a part of Lady X's journey. With knowledge and empowerment being a goal for Lady X in her strife for feminism in South Africa, graduating from the AAA School of Advertising and majoring in Brand Management and acquiring her Honours degree from The Vega School of Brand Leadership majoring in Creative Brand Communications, Lady X manages the growth of the brand that is Lady X.

 

Lady X as she is known in the industry is a force to be reckoned with and has set her sights on being one of South Africa’s most recognized artists. This is one goal that is within reach. She caught the eye of music listeners with Mo Flava’s 2011 remix of Mr Cee’s “Xivumba” by DJ Micks of Kalawa Jazmee. This remix became an instant hit and fast became one of the highest rotating songs on youth and urban radio stations. What followed was an instantly successful debut single entitled, “Loving You” featuring UHURU and Black Motion that ushered in a new era in her musical career. Read More..

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There’s no question about it Lady X was born to perform. This beauty has a voice that has left seasoned artists in awe, her talent and ability to adapt to any genre of music further proves that she was born to be on a stage. Her voice is rich, warm and soulful. Her versatility has opened up doors for her and allowed her to collaborate with reputable producers and artist.

As a Jazz Major from The Wits School of Arts, music has truly become a part of Lady X's journey. With knowledge and empowerment being a goal for Lady X in her strife for feminism in South Africa, graduating from the AAA School of Advertising and majoring in Brand Management and acquiring her Honours degree from The Vega School of Brand Leadership majoring in Creative Brand Communications, Lady X manages the growth of the brand that is Lady X.

 

Lady X: "I am an entertainer, I live for the stage, I am the stage, it is a part of who I am.”

 

Lady X as she is known in the industry is a force to be reckoned with and has set her sights on being one of South Africa’s most recognized artists. This is one goal that is within reach. She caught the eye of music listeners with Mo Flava’s 2011 remix of Mr Cee’s “Xivumba” by DJ Micks of Kalawa Jazmee. Read More...

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There’s no question about it Lady X was born to perform. This beauty has a voice that has left seasoned artists in awe, her talent and ability to adapt to any genre of music further proves that she was born to be on a stage. Her voice is rich, warm and soulful. Her versatility has opened up doors for her and allowed her to collaborate with reputable producers and artist.

As a Jazz Major from The Wits School of Arts, music has truly become a part of Lady X's journey. With knowledge and empowerment being a goal for Lady X in her strife for feminism in South Africa, graduating from the AAA School of Advertising and majoring in Brand Management and acquiring her Honours degree from The Vega School of Brand Leadership majoring in Creative Brand Communications, Lady X manages the growth of the brand that is Lady X.

 

Lady X as she is known in the industry is a force to be reckoned with and has set her sights on being one of South Africa’s most recognized artists. This is one goal that is within reach. She caught the eye of music listeners with Mo Flava’s 2011 remix of Mr Cee’s “Xivumba” by DJ Micks of Kalawa Jazmee. This remix became an instant hit and fast became one of the highest rotating songs on youth and urban radio stations. What followed was an instantly successful debut single entitled, “Loving You” featuring UHURU and Black Motion that ushered in a new era in her musical career. “Loving You” received recognition, dominating the number one position on South Africa’s national, multi provincial, commercial and community radio stations as well as Botswana, Nigeria, The US and The UK. The video for “Loving You” released in 2014 was a great success being played on Trace, Channel O and MTV Base.

 

2015 saw Lady X introducing her audience to the Xhosa songstress within her in a single titled; ‘WHO’ that featured 999 music artists, Afrikan Roots. This single fused her Xhosa heritage with various sounds without compromising the quality of her voice and offering. This transformation left audiences in awe and left her proud as she debuted her ability in styling and conceptualizing videos. 2016 began with Lady X releasing a new single titled; ‘Seasons’ and again worked with 999 music artists, Afrikan Roots. Read More

 

 

 

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