Lady Leshurr has shared her plans to ‘retire’ from making music as she gears up to put out some unreleased albums.
The midlands-born rapper, 34, is known for her Queen’s Speech series of freestyles and has worked with a host of names over the years
The artist has a string of awards to her name including bagging the best female act at the MOBOs in 2016, as well as Best Rap/Grime Act in 2019.
But in late 2019 Leshurr took time out from her music career following the death of her sister, Carmen, aged just 39, from breast cancer.
‘There’s going to be a time where I want to retire, so I want to get them released before that happens.’
Teasing some of the collaborations fans will see, she promised inclusions from Musiq Soulchild and ‘a few people’.
‘That’s all to come,’ she added ‘And I’m gonna actually drop a carnival song soon because carnival is gonna be back!’