Take A Glimpse at Rising Music Artist Ladi D

Music Artist Ladi D

Denitra Smith "Ladi D" (Source: Denitra Smith)
Ladi D
(Source: Denitra Smith)
USPA NEWS - Ladi D Whose name Name Is Denitra Smith, born Denitra Hicks Was Born In Henderson, Texas 9/06/1989. She First Started Doing Music In The Fall Of 2020. Music Is The First Passion She Says. Some of Her Influences are Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, and Trina, Lil’ Boosie, Money Bagg Yo, Z-RO, and Young Dolph. Some of Her latest singles are Came Up, Road 2 Riches, and Letter 2 My Daughter. She’s Currently An Independent Artist With Her Own Record Label “Royalty Only Entertainment”. She has also Branded herself Ladi D Limited Liability Company.

How would you describe your musical style?

“My music style is very dynamic, I’m a lyricist(rapper). I have a very fierce, sexy, and fiery style. My Genres would be Hip-hop, rap, pop, and R& B. I’m so country and full of energy.

What is the first album you owned?
“The first album I owned was Boosie “Incarcerated.”

How do you prepare before going up on stage?

“A few deep breaths, and prayer.

What’s it like being Ladi D?

“It’s very busy! I’m always working on music, business, or my kids. I stay trying to elevate and expand my brand.

What’s song are you most proud of and why?

I am most proud of my single “Letter 2 My Daughter” because I speak about my overcoming domestic violence and a bad divorce. I stand for women and children that have endured this type of pain. It helped me to really start my public speaking.

What are some of your major accomplishments?

Some of my major accomplishments have been to be an extra in the movie “Hip Hop Family Christmas”, and I got the opportunity to meet “Mc Lyte”, “Tank”, “Keri Hilson”, and “Neyo”.

I was able to open up for Boosie in Louisiana, I was able to be on stage with him. That helped me to establish a fan base there.

How do you feel the internet has impacted the music industry?

I feel the internet is a huge blessing, It helps businesses grow, and artists expand their reach.

What was your biggest challenge last year and what did you learn from it?
My biggest challenge was my divorce, I had to stop adding and creating things because he was trying to take everything I built for myself and our children. I learned to not let anything hold me back from my success and to keep going. And Lastly, To get a pre-nuptial agreement if I ever get married again.
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