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NEME

NEME

NEME


Michelle Hobart, known as Little Neme, is 23 and from Norwich. Neme first started writing her own rhymes aged 14 during different periods at school. She claims, ‘I loved Eminem’s craft, the way he puts his anger into music, and the way he uses poetry as a form of expression.‘ Neme had a difficult childhood; from bullying to domestic violence, to family breakdowns and family wars: ‘I never knew what was next in my world, I hated every minute, every second was another song. Read more on Last.fm
Michelle Hobart, known as Little Neme, is 23 and from Norwich. Neme first started writing her own rhymes aged 14 during different periods at school. She claims, ‘I loved Eminem’s craft, the way he puts his anger into music, and the way he uses poetry as a form of expression.‘ Neme had a difficult childhood; from bullying to domestic violence, to family breakdowns and family wars: ‘I never knew what was next in my world, I hated every minute, every second was another song.’ This young female rap artist kept listening to her musical heroes and started developing more as an artist; from lyrical content to vocal power and energy. Three years and about 300 songs later, she decided it was time to step into the booth and record her feelings for real.

‘I had like 300 songs written from the age of 14 to 17, I was so hungry for studio time.’ Neme entered a studio for the first time to record tracks at the locally situated ‘Purple Studios’. ‘I realised after I recorded my first 2 songs that being a recording artist is tough, and wasn’t as easy as professionals make it look.’ Neme knew she had a lot more to prove, and that she would have to work even harder to make an impact on the listeners of the world. Neme began freestyling to different beats and developing a unique sound to find a voice that people would love. The more she freestyled, the more she found herself, and her passion for hip-hop grew to an outstanding level.

In 2005, Neme started rap battling in local clubs in Norwich, her first opponents being the likes of Arkaic and Context. She wanted to get her name out there as much as she could, ‘I wasn’t doing too much before battling except for recording mixtapes. 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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