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“In God we trust and in life we try” words that London born and bred Grime
MC Isabell ‘Lioness’ Fender lives by.
Born in 1989, Lioness entered the Grime scene at the tender age of 14 and
through the influence of her musical family, she set about leaving her
unshakeable print on the world of Grime. Lighting up the then adolescent
Channel U, pirate radio era of Grime with her awe inducing wordplay, wit and
fluid style, Lioness quickly becoming a fan favourite.
In 2010 with Lioness’ debut mixtape Lochness Monster, an eclectic array of
sounds, ranging from Grime to Hiphop to House, she became known as the
voice of those that often felt voiceless and misrepresented. Stand out tracks
like Good For A Girl a hard hitting remix of Drake’s Over and her classic F64
“one of the most iconic F64s of all time” (Complex) further cemented her
place at the Grime table.
“Many imitators have come and gone, Lioness has stood the test of time.”
(Grime Report)