Born a child of Atlanta, and raised in West Virginia, Linda (Lady Ace Boogie) Tellis wrote her first rap at the age of 10. A spark was ignited, a passion for creating music. Ace continued to experiment with sound, solidifying her destiny to transform her passion into action.
In the winter of 2010 L.A.B embarked on her career. Fast-forward to present day, and we find L.A.B with her first Album titled “Feel Good Music.” Her tracks take us on a journey into her deep thoughts and wishes, flavored with golden-age hip-hop, for the audience of today and tomorrow. L.A.B is dedicated to preserving the true art and culture of hip-hop.
L.A.B has opened for National and Regional acts such as; Pharcyde, Slum Village, Killa Priest,Elzhi, Red Pill, One Be Lo, Manifest, Killa Mike, Jean Grae, Invincible, and Dead Prez, and most recently the first Hip Hop act to perform at TedXGR Convention. Whether it’s through song or just a great conversation her message aims to inspire and encourage people to live right and break the cycles of inequity which affect our under-served communities.