Rife Meets Lady Leshurr
Grace caught up with Lady Leshurr, ahead of her performance last month at Colston Hall.
Lady Leshurr was in Bristol a couple of weeks ago and she gave us a bit of insight to where the ‘brush your teeth’ lyric came from in her ‘Queens Speech 4’, why she’s proud of the direction grime is going in, and what to expect next from her.
Check out the interview and an exclusive freestyle below.
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