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Lyric Da Queen Declares Herself ‘Rap Goddess’ in Solo Debut

Lyndsey Parker
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Lyric145 on "The X Factor" [photo: Fox]

"The X Factor USA" has been canceled, but many of the show's alums are still out there grinding. And perhaps no former "X Factor" contestant has as strong a work ethic as Lyric Da Queen, the fabulously eyepatched frontwoman of totally robbed Season 2 hip-hop trio Lyric145.

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The rapstress, who wowed "X Factor" audiences with her warp-speed remakes of "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" and "Party in the USA" and recently lent some rhymes to Pittsburgh MC Frzy's "WTF," is officially breaking out on her own with the just-released, Eminem-inspired, fittingly titled "Rap Goddess":

(The following track contains profanity)

It's an auspicious start to LDQ's career outside of Lyric145 (who soldiered on after their "X Factor" elimination, and issued their "L.O.F.F.T." mixtape last year), and a sign of awesome things to come for the Flint femme-C. Watch this space!

[Related: Lyric Da Queen Surprises Yahoo’s Lyndsey Parker On ‘The X Factor’ Preshow]

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