There's A Cost to be The Boss! Self Proclaimed Queen of the Dirty, Dirty Cashville Tennessee Nina Ross Queen of The South plants her victory flag over all of the competition.
Born Latonya Chambers, Nina Ross has been performing since the age of twelve playing clarinet for her High School Band from. From until she graduated she was section leader, playing both the clarinet and the tenor saxophone. After graduating from High School she received a scholarship to Tennessee State University a Historical Black University in music. She played tenor saxophone for T.S.U.'s marching band . She became a member of the Aristocrat Band S Psi.
The self described "Queen of the South" whose rapid fire rhymes is delivered in an accent thick enough to make her a "Georgia Peach". Nina has a style and flare that has not been seen from a female rapper in years. Her distinctive voice and confident flare makes Nina one of the most anticipated artists that the underground has seen in years.
She started her professional career as an artist under Talley Up Records/Sony Red Distribution. The undisputed Queen of the South blazes the heat with her twenty song track disc of dirty-dirty fury! Nina takes her listeners thru a wild ride of street banging blazers and bumping club jams that show why her diverse styles and sounds have made her the South's Royal Highness.
Over her career she has opened up for artists like Remy Ma, Trina, TI, Scarface, Yo Gotti, UGK, Lil Boosie, Tela, Devin The Dude, Kool Daddy Fresh, Mike Jones and many other notable southern underground artists.
She has appeared on over 20 mix tapes and has one of the hottest singles out still going strong on radio with over 1200 spins to her name.
In 2005-2006 she was nominated as "Artist of The Year" from one of the premiere underground hip hop award shows, The Southern Entertainment Awards and was nominated 2009 "mixtape artist of the year." Nina Ross was 2009 NIMA Award winner for Best Hip hop Solo Artist. She won the 2010 HIP HOP in the Ville for Female Boss of the year as well as recently nominated in 2010 for the SEA's Female Mixtape Artist of the year. She is currently promoting her mixtape "Queen of the South" hosted by Dj Smallz & recently inked a deal with UGK Records through her non-profit organization, Kennedys List,which will aid in the fight against Sickle Cell Anemia. Poised to conquer the south, Nina Ross has once again let the world know why she is the one and only Nina Ross and "Queen of The South".
*Safety Off Album released 2005
*Bardoe Bitch On Chrome Mixtape hosted by Dj Dimepiece
*"Nothing Personal" mixtape hosted by Dj Dutty Laundry
*Dj Whitey "THE PRESIDENT"
*Dj RED "Southern Blend, Vol. 2
*Appearances on Crisis tha RhymeDon "Music City Miracle"
*Dj Dutty Laundry "Leaders of the New South"
*Dj Chief Rocka "Throwin Bows part 2"
*Dj Kool.laid presents "Beat Bully Mixtape"
*Dj Dimepiece "Highly Anticipated Vol.3"
*Dj Dutty Laundry "10 Keys to Georgia"
*Dj Brandi Garcia "Southern Stilletos V"
*Dj Infamous "Ghetto Dope Chopped and Screwed Mixtape"
*Dj Smalls & Young L.W. "THA SOUTH UNSIGNED MOVEMENT"
*Dj B-Lord & Pure Pain Records "Only God Can Stop Us"
*Appearances Wicked Material "Ride 2gether vol.2
*Appearances on P.Moses "Pimpin' Pretty, Vol.1
*Dj Mami Fresh Presents Laydeez Night 13
*Dj Smallz & Nina Ross "Queen of the South"