Female rapper Lady May joined the ranks of Eve, Truth Hurts and Charli Baltimore in mid-2002 when her duet with urban chanteuse Blu Cantrell "Round Up" became an MTV smash. Only in her early twenties, Lady May (born: Rhonda Robinson) hails from the Long Island suburb of Central Islip. She left school at fifteen to be a video dancer for LL Cool J and Jodeci, but was left unsatisfied; Rap music was her calling. She hooked up with producer Deric "D-Dot" Angelettie to record her debut album May Day, which failed to appear as scheduled in August 2002.
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