The self-proclaimed"biggest midget in the game"has gone from the bloggers champ to magazine-cover-vamp on both sides of the pond, having graced the covers of Urb, The Fader, and i-D to name a few. The plus-sized hype surrounding this pint-sized 20-year-old hailing from Wembley, England is the subject of her new single,"Love Me or Hate Me."All punk and grime snot-nosed British attitude over an undeniable 808-fueled electro-pop-n-lock beat courtesy of NYC producer Dr. Luke.
"Female Eminem" may be as big a curse as "Next Nirvana"'"look what the former did for Princess Superstar'"but the exceptional singles from Lady Sov's indie EPs ("Random," "Hoodie") portend plenty of acro-brattic fun on this Jigga-endorsed full-length debut.
Louise Harman doesn't care if you love her or hate her, so much so that her first mainstream Lady Sov single is literally entitled "Love Me or Hate Me." Riding a ridiculously catchy bubble bath beat, she sings "Love me or hate me/ It's still an obsession" and "If you love me, then thank you/ If you hate me, then f*** you."