A deliberate and perfect mix of grime, hip hop and dancehall that works like a Swiss watch, with feminist slogans empowering women rappers, a perfect vocal technique, a sharp tongue and tons of attitude. Inspired by her father’s Jamaican roots and her own North London upbringing, with a new EP produced by Scratcha DVA just released on Hyperdub, the most legendary British label of this decade, an intense blend of cultures and sounds, switching from patois to Missy Elliot’s english beat, natural from the kaleidoscopic Great Britain. Like if she was a predecessor of Lady Leshurr (with whom she has collaborated more than once), we welcome Lady Lykez and her particular queen’s speech.