Started in Year
Thinking deep into the reflective eye, bringing a universal state of mind. Lady Lash has life stories with introspective thoughts and cryptic rap riddles which are rarely all completely absorbed in the first listen. The soulful lyricist has grind ethics towards hip hop and has spent many years hustling her skilful flow for crowds. The spiritual insight Lash brings to her music is that of a strong Kokatha/Greek Woman from the West Coast of South Australia. Supporting amazing artist over years and receiving numerous music awards, her positive jazz melodies infused with sultry rhymes bring an essence of modern street poetry. Lady Lash has come into her own as a microphone fiend and loves to capture hearts with powerful visions and vocals that push boundaries in profound ways.
Lash is currently in Production for her fourth album titled
‘Therapy Tapes’ due to be released 2017.
an Indigenous artist of the Kokatha nation
“I chose to spit rhymes through hip hop because it allowed me to not only express myself over dope instrumentals, but also to fit a massive quantity of word play and story in a short amount of time.”
A Kokatha/Greek woman from far western South Australia, Lady Lash is a generic anomaly. Combing equal parts jazz, hip hop and soul interwoven with powerful storytelling, her music pushes sonic boundaries in profoundly beautiful ways. Having taken out the Victorian Indigenous Performing Arts Award for Most Promising Act and The Age Music Victoria Award for Best Indigenous Act with her debut album Crystal Mercy: The Fisherman’s Daughter, Lady Lash is set to release her third album Therapy Tapes later this year.
South Australia, Australia