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May 29 / Prinza

Ms Dynamite Returns

Six years ago Ms Dynamite released her much anticipated sophomore album Judgement Days. The album was more directed towards social commentary with songs such as the single Judgement Day and the unreleased Self-Destruct. The album however, was not well promoted and Ms Dynamite was dropped from Polydor. Now, it would appear, she is back.

Following her arrest and subsequent community service, Dynamite took a much needed break from the music scene. With only two singles released from the album and her sudden absence from the music game, fans of Ms Dynamite were left wanting more and praying it would not take so long. While guest hosting BBC Radio 1Xtra in 2009, Ms Dynamite revealed her third studio album, Democracy, was in the works.

In 2010 , she finally made a reappearance on the UK music scene, featuring on tracks for DJ Zinc, Redlight, Magnetic Man and the smash hit Lights On by Katy B. These tracks introduced Ms Dynamite and her fans to a new sound, one that suited her and her growth as an artist. On 2 May 2011, Ms Dynamite finally confirmed on Twitter that she’d be releasing new solo material after 6 years on BBC Radio 1Xtra.

The overwhelming success that Ms Dynamite’s newest solo material, Neva Soft, has brought has shocked both her (as stated on Twitter) and critics alike. Once again she has reasserted her place within the British music scene as a force to be reckoned with. And if the success of her music wasn’t enough, she has just been added to the RockNess 2011 lineup along side Katy B, Kasabian, Groove Armada, Magenetic Man, Chemical Brothers and Paolo Nutini. The only question that remains is, will the Bad Gyal cross the pond and find the success in America that she’s found in Europe?

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