Stepping on stage at 5 feet 3 inches, female rapper Baby C is larger on the mic than she is in person. As an artist, writer, dancer and performer, Baby C is experiencing all angles of hip-hop. She can be compared to no other artist; her sexy style captures the attention of men and her lyrical content empowers women through an undeniably innovative flow. With an ability to make people dance to club tracks or vibe to slow jams, Baby C’s versatility has captured the attention of many fans. Her identifiable sound targets college students and thrives in the club scene.
Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Baby C was influenced by various musical icons and started writing her own lyrics at the age of twelve. Her lyrics became a reflection of her life as her emotions were scribbled in ink. In 2000, she recorded her debut album in an underground studio and began to promote her own music. Breaking free of the stereotypical rap industry image, she let her music speak for itself. She also incorporated her love for dance by joining a break dancing crew and performing alongside dancers. It was evident from her first performance at a high school talent show that Baby C belonged in the spotlight.
When she turned nineteen, Baby C completed her second album and her music emerged into the club scene, opening the doors for her to enhance her act as a live performer. Not only did she hit the stage at the hottest clubs in the Vancouver area such as Barcelona, The Caprice, Post Modern, Pop Opera and Red Room, but she also organized and promoted her own events at The Cellar, Century House, The Gallery, Industry Night Club, and Mahony & Sons. To further her fan base, Baby C traveled to Vancouver Island and performed in Victoria, Coombs, Duncan and Nanaimo. While on the microphone, Baby C’s stage presence shocks the audience: she has the ability to keep the crowd hype and all eyes on her.
In 2008, Baby C released her third album titled, Can’t Touch Me, which featured artists and producers from around the world. By 2010, she completed her Masters degree at the University of British Columbia having balanced her education, her role on the varsity ice hockey team and her emerging rap career. Baby C recently released her new album, All In, in October 2011 which includes the hot singles “Broken Promise” and “Back Up Plan.” It is only a matter of time before the world recognizes her talent as an upcoming hip-hop artist.