Lady Crush

Lady Crush (Rochelle Ryndia Ray) is the youngest most female pioneer solo emcees, from Camden, NJ who has officially started her hip-hop/electronic career in mid- 1984. She appeared as a guest rap on Tim Greene’s “Facts of Life” (Sugarscoop). The remix was done by producer/re-mixer Raul A. Rodriquez (ABBA, Man Parrish, Gil Scott-Heron) at Todd Rundgren’s Secret Sound studio (NYC), creating the “The Dub of Life”.


The great reviews of Lady Crush’s verse on the song motivated her to record solo which was done when she dropped “MC Perpetrators” (KAM Records) at the end of the same year. After getting known and receiving plays on hip hop friendly radio stations /underground clubs in the US and Europe, she started performing for teen dance shows like original Dancin USA/Dancin’ on Air.

Touring to popular venues was initially a challenge for this young Lady Crush. But soon she started hip hop for platforms such as Salt-N-Pepa, Club Nouveau, Timex Social Club and The System. She later grown up as a sexy, sensual “Super Vixen of Queen Empire”.

Still today in 2016, Lady Crush’s 1984-85 “MC Perpetrators” record is an electronic hip-hop classic and considered to be a rare 12”, with online pricing recorded as high as US $610. You can check more about her at below social platforms.