It was this track that first introduced her soulful brand of r&b. Mecca Dawn was also featured on LIFESTYLE's 2003 release "Liquid Cocaine" displaying her seductive and sultry flava on "Want That". It was in 2004 that she finally gave the game a taste of her raw and grimey side featured on the "Stylefornia 2: The Movement Mixtape" with the debut of "Speaker Wire", giving an uncut version of lyrical creativity and rawness.. Again showing off her versatility, she showed her love for the West Coast on "California" featured on "Stylefornia 2" with LIFESTYLE, which was also showcased on Snoop Dogg's "Welcome to the Chuuch...Vol.
8" Mixtape. Performing alongside label mates LIFESTYLE, at a host of venues such as The House of Blues, Goodfellas, Tifecta, as well as shows featuring Nate Dogg, RBX, and Domino, Recently in 2008 she was featured on "Gimme That" with Fly Society and on various songs on HIT's "The Born Supremacy" street album, as well as "Heat of the Moment" w/ the legendary Debbie Harry of Blondie. Mecca Dawn is on the fast track to creating a buzz on the streets, as well as making an impact on the industry with her unique stylings. In 2008, with the release of her much anticipated debut album "MECC-A-NISM: Chapter 1", audiences of all types felt" the movement to bring music back to it's roots.
Tapping into both the love and fury of the human soul with her lyrics, Mecca Dawn fuses the worlds of hip hop, r&b, and soul together to form her smooth, seductive, raw style of music. Currently working on her upcoming album "The Show" Mecca Dawn is eager to give the world a dose of her versatility and range with unique flow patterns and styles, this female emcee is set to re-define the sound of WEST COAST music from a woman's perspective! Able to switch up her rhyme style from West, East, to Dirty South, spitting grimy prose to diva flows, Mecca Dawn's music has no limits! Get ready to embark on a hypnotic journey of hardhitting lyrics and soulful melodies that is the MECC-A-NISM. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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