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Mar 5 / Prinza

Ms. Dynamite at a Concert in Poland

Ms. Dynamite  will come to Poland on March 30. She will play a concert in series Face The Music, organised by the Illegal Breaks.

The details of her performances will be given soon.

Niomi Arleen McLean-Daley (born 26 April 1981), who performs as Ms. Dynamite, is a double BRIT Award and three time MOBO Awards winning UK garage, R&B and hip hop singer and rapper.

Ms. Dynamite was born and raised in Archway, a district in North London, to a Jamaican father and a Scottish mother. She grew up listening to reggae and hip hop music. Though she wanted to become a schoolteacher or social worker, her biggest aspiration was to be a musician. She is the eldest of eleven siblings, one of whom is a hip-hop artist known as Akala.

She released her debut album, “A Little Deeper” in 2002, featuring the hit songs “It Takes More” and “Dy-na-mi-tee”. In 2003, the album was released in the United States to critical acclaim. In 2002, Dynamite won the prestigious Mercury Music Prize for “A Little Deeper”.

On 11 September 2005, she returned to the limelight (having taken time off to have her son, Shavaar) with a new album entitled Judgement Days.

On the 6 January 2006, Ms Dynamite was arrested outside a London nightclub, after a brawl in which she punched a male police officer in the face whilst in custody. She was convicted and sentenced to sixty hours of community service.

Her third studio album is set to be released at the beginning of 2012. (from Wikipedia)

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