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Queen Koldmadina | Let Me

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Let Me

by Queen Koldmadina

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Let Me
4:41 $1.00
2. Let Me (Remix) [feat. Ghetto Twiinz]
4:39 $1.50
3. Let Me (Radio Version)
4:40 $1.00
4. Let Me (Radio Version) [feat. Ghetto Twiinz]
4:41 $1.50
5. Louie Gators (Bonus Track)
5:35 $1.00
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Album Notes
Kimberly Rivers-Roberts aka (Queen Black Kold Madina) is the star of the 2009 Oscar(R) Nominated Documentary Trouble the water. C.E.O of Born Hustler Records she writes, perform and produce an incredible memorable blend of artistic street-smart hip hop and entertainment. This is one woman no one will forget.

A Star was Born at the 2008 Sundance festival Her name is Kimberly Rivers Roberts. Kimberly's star power comes from the music she writes and sings. (Rolling Stone senior writer Peter Travers)

In addition to starring in Trouble the water, Kimberly produced, wrote, and composed four songs that were featured in the Oscar-nominated film, including her hit song "Amazing", which is undoubtedly the heart of the movie. Additionally, Kimberly's title song "Trouble the Water" which can be heard during the films ending credits also nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song in a film.

"Queen Black Kold Madina" her music, and her story have also been written about in Vibe, Essence, Ebony, Jet, Sister to Sister, Source, Giant, New York Times, L.A Times, Off Beat, Spin Time Out and Good Magazine.
She's represents her state of Louisiana and was quoted in Esquire's 2009 "Meaning of Life" issue. Time Magazine listed her performance as herself in Trouble the Water the fourth best performance of 2008. Kimberly also took the cover of Independent Film Magazine and has been written about in many other publications.

Kimberly Raps under her own indie label "Born Hustler Records" Queen Kold Madina is now set to release her 3rd album called "Queens" in the fall of 2013.
Influenced by her street life of hustle and grind on streets of New Orleans as a young women, to her experience with Hollywood success and prosperity, Queens life, music, film presence and living experience is the TRUTH! and something to look forward to.



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