S-EM-C recently released her new single “On The Go” which showcases her versatile lyrical ability. We hear a lot of emotions and some slight bits of angst with her melodic lyricism. The track goes hard, and shows a braggadocios side from the femcee.
S-EM-C has a long history with music. Her earliest memories were that of SOS band and Aretha Franklin in the back of a Chevy. During adolescence, she discovered pop music, and various cultural genres. Into her teenage years, she was introduced into rap music, via her stepfather. It was then – she realized that the many songs she made in the shower – were rap music. At the age of 11, S-EM-C began creating “comedy raps” to make her cousin laugh. This later lead to a small-scale home studio, where she completed her first mixtape. She was
known in her school for rapping, and she was good. The mixtape was a success and in following years she ran into Bishop Brooks (Love & Loyalty Records) and began recording in the studio he was working out of. After years of perfecting her craft and a long list of studios – she landed two distribution agreements with Universal Music Group and Orchard, via Sony RED. She currently has two singles out, “High” and “On The Go”. She can also be found on the EP ‘Earotic’ by Ace Drucci, which has acquired over 1.8M streams thus far. Her witty wordplay and catchy melodies will have you hitting repeat.