Her honesty, sincerity and most importantly her soul is what seems to be drawing listener's closer. Vocalist/Emcee/Songwriter Letia Larok's edge isn't hidden but the very thing that separates her from many. A competition won in 2002 held in Franklin Park by Boston's own "Free" for the "Free4life Foundation" caught the eyes and ears of B.E.T producer's and founder's of Freestyle Friday" landing Larok on 106 and Park for four weeks as reigning champion. Shortly after B.E.T Larok appeared on UPN's "Showtime At The Apollo" and was called back to appear again. Larok has opened up for artist such as, Killa Priest, Kool G Rap, Slum Village, Keysha Cole, Rakim,Cormega, Boot Camp Click, Dead Prez, Ne-Yo, and the list goes on! In both 2006 and 2007 Letia Larok took home the "New England Urban Music Award", for "Best Female Rap Artist of the Year" along with the “2006 and 2007 "Mass Industry Committee Hip Hop Award", for "Best Female Artist of the Year". Larok has been nominated for "Performer of the year" and nominated for The Boston Pheonix's "Best Music Poll", as well as a "Boston Music Award" nomination in 2007 for "Outstanding Rap/Hip Hop act of the year". This year Larok was titled as 50 Mic's "Top pic artist" in the 50 Mics competition. Letia Larok has released two albums, one titled "Letia Larok...As Is" and "No Bloodshed", a reggae roots/ soul colaboration project with "Dis-n-Dat" productions. You can catch Ms Larok featured on Ruste Juxx "Adamantine" album, UK producer Endemic's "Terminal Illness" album which featured artist such as Sean Price, Killa Priest, Planet Asia, Timbo King and many more! Larok is currently wrapping up her third solo debut. In the meantime you can catch her rocking stages in your city granting the game what it's lacked for so long....."The Truth!"