One of Oklahoma City’s most critically acclaimed spittaz in the rap game who goes by the name of “Lady Ace”. She first appeared on Columbia Records distributed compilation “Hustlin’ Pays” back in 2000 with Oklahoma City’s own legendary Mr. Nitro. This compilation was considered to be one of the first major nationally released projects that came out of Oklahoma and has since been labeled a “true classic” project that opened doors for numerous artists in the Oklahoma market. One of Lady Ace’s most notable singles was the blazing hit song “Don’t Say Hi” which also appeared on the Hustlin’ Pays compilation.
After a national tour, numerous guest appearances, and a brief hiatus she returned to the scene again in 2005 with S.B. The Grindaholik as a featured artist on the infectious single “Boppers On The Floor.” This song went on to receive tremendous radio & club play throughout the region eventually catching the attention of national recording artist Celly Cel (Sick Wid’ It Records, E-40, Tupac, Etc.) and was later re-released on his compilation “The Gumbo Pot” which also featured guest appearances from platinum selling artists Lil’ Jon, Devin the Dude, Tech N9ne, Twista, Juvenile, Fat Pat, Crooked I, Al Kapone, Fiend and C-Note.
Transitioning to a business role in 2005, Lady Ace joined Perry Publishing and Broadcasting, contributing significantly to the company. Committed to nurturing new talent, she founded The Players Circle in 2015 to assist artists in learning self-promotion.
She reinforced her dedication to local artists with the Jewels for the Journey Music Conference, first held in 2010. Acknowledging the abundance of local talent and the continuous need for promotional skills among local artists, she founded One Ace PR & Marketing Solutions in 2016 to help strengthen the careers of independent artists through her network and industry experience. That same year, she launched 'Ace’s House,' a radio segment on Power 103.5, to further showcase and support local talent. The Jewels for the Journey Music Conference was held again in 2017, continuing her support for the artist community.
Lady Ace is a pivotal force in Oklahoma’s music industry, empowering artists and shaping the local scene with her innovative programs and unwavering support.