"9 to 5" is the third single from UK hip hop artist Lady Sovereign's debut album Public Warning, following the release of her first UK top 75 single "Random". It was her debut single for Island Records and was released on 8 August 2005. It contains a sample from the British movie Time Bandits.
"Love Me or Hate Me" (produced by Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald) is the sixth single from UK hip-hop artist Lady Sovereign and the fourth from her debut album Public Warning. The single was confirmed for release by her official website and was released in October 2006 in the U.S. and 29 January 2007 in the UK. The video was premiered in the last week of September. It features Lady Sovereign appearing in Tetris-style blocks, and acting out certain lyrics of the song.
"Hoodie" is the fourth single from UK hip hop artist Lady Sovereign's debut album Public Warning, following the release of her first UK top 40 hit, "9 to 5". The single was produced by UK dance outfit Basement Jaxx and became her third top 75 hit, peaking at #44 in the UK Singles Chart. The single's B-side was her debut 12" single "Ch Ching (Cheque 1 2)".
"Random" is the first CD single from UK hip hop artist Lady Sovereign, following the release of her 12" vinyl single "Ch Ching (Cheque 1 2)" in 2004. It was her second and last single for Casual Records in 2005.
"Those Were the Days" (produced by Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald) is the seventh single from UK hip-hop artist Lady Sovereign, and the fifth from her debut album, Public Warning. The single was confirmed for release on her official website and was released to UK download services on 9 April, followed by the physical release on 16 April. The music video for "Those Were the Days" has also been released to various websites on 9 April. The song features Ya Kid K on backup vocals.
"So Human" is a single by the English rapper Lady Sovereign. The song was the second single off her second album Jigsaw. The single was released on April 6, 2009) and has so far reached 38 on the UK Singles Chart. The song was written by Louise Harman (a.k.a. Lady Sovereign) and Gabriel Olegavich. The song was produced by Lukasz Gottwald, Benjamin Levin and Robert Smith. The song contains heavy sampling of The Cure single "Close to Me", as well as some of its lyrics.
"Ch Ching (Cheque 1 2)" is the debut single from UK hip hop artist Lady Sovereign. It was her first single for Casual Records in 2004. The single failed to chart, unsurprising since was only available on vinyl. This single itself has become one of her most popular song among fans.
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