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    More Love
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    Like Woah
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    Shame on U (feat. Prynce tha Writer) - Prynce tha Writer
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    Chicago My City - Sinatris
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    Right Now
Women in Hip Hop are often looked at with skepticism about their abilities as lyricists. Janay Hall (Khemistry) used those doubts to fuel her ambition.
Believing that SHE must create a path to her goal has been her blueprint. Khemistry was born in Hinsdale, IL on November 15th 1988. Her mother and grandmother (whom she calls Nanna) raised her, and her two siblings. Growing up music was always around. Her talents were in rhyming, and when she did, everyone listened. Khemistry could mimic the lyrics of any male rapper, but when she discovered MC Lyte and Queen Latifah, she knew there was a place for her in rap music.
When asked how her music should be classified. Khemistry said, “ My music is a fusion of Hip Hop and R&B. I have something smooth you can groove to, and I have up tempo hits for the club.” She writes lyrics for other artists, play the trombone, and write poetry. Khemistry wants people to be empowered, challenged, and feel love through her music. She believes music is a spiritual experience and strives to connect with fans on that level.
Khemistry gained notoriety from her first single in 2015 “Keep Her” which spoke about treating a lover right. Then came “Shame On U” released im August 2017. She recently released “Like Woah” which all three was also highly revered. All three songs will appear on her upcoming EP entitled “Cut from a different cloth”
Her connectedness, confidence, resilience, and work ethic will make her the newest treasure of Hip Hop.


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