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R & B - General | Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States
Total Song Plays: 22   
Member Since: 2007
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Mary J. Blige, Keyshia Cole

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Aldreamer aka Ms. Peaches

As a songwriter/ singer/rapper/actress, 29 yr old Ms. Peaches goal in the entertainment industry is to make history by charting several genres of music, all at the same time. Those genres are R&B, Pop, Country, Hip-Hop, Rap, Blues, and Gospel. Preferring to use her birth name, Aldreamer, to associate her songwriting and singing talents and Ms. Peaches as her rap name, Ms. Peaches is no stranger to the music industry.
Born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Ms. Peaches was signed to Master P?s, No Limit Records in 1997. Being that this was the era when NL was the hottest label in hip-hop; Ms. Peaches experienced the chance to feature on numerous albums of her label mates such as C-Murder, Serv-On, Silkk the Shocker, Master P, Mystikal, Big Ed, Moby Dick, Master P, 504 Boys, Mac, Prime Suspects, and Mercedes. All of the albums she performed on she was able to use her songwriting skills and create her own lyrics. She also did ghostwriting for Mercedes album. Ms. Peaches voice became a household recognition when she featured and performed on Lil Romeo?s first single ?My Baby?, which was a remake of Michael Jackson?s ?I Want You Back?. That single became a household jingle and charted #1 on Billboard for 13 weeks. After getting no compensation or recognition for her achievements, Ms. Peaches requested to be released from the label.
Ms. Peaches has also worked with former member of Cash Money B.G., Souljah Slim, and her hometown Trill Ent. artists, Lil Boosie, Webbie, and Fox. Ms. Peaches is no rookie to the music biz and says, ?I would love to be able to put out a Rap and a R&B album. But even if it?s writing for other artists, I make hits and my songs will top the charts. They can have the fame; I just want to get paid for doing what I love to do, and that?s making good music?.