She’s the bubbly Birmingham singer who has a won a legion of fans with her passion and talent for music.
Lady Leshurr rose to fame with her Queen’s Speech series of freestyles and gained over a million followers on YouTube.
You can catch the 34 year-old on BBC Two coaching musicians aged over 64 ahead of a gig at the Isle of Wight Festival in Rock Till We Drop with Martin Kemp.
And if you’re driving into Birmingham you can also catch a mural of her painted onto a concrete bollard at Spaghetti Junction.
The street art shows Lady Leshurr smiling happily dressed in a stylish black dress.
The rapper, who grew up in Kingshurst, Solihull, posted about it on Saturday (March 19) saying: Someone drew a pic of me at the Spaghetti Junction as you enter Brum & My heart is warmed #0121”
The post has been liked more than 5,500 times already.
Many of Lady Leshurr’s followers have commented saying how much they love the mural too.
The artist has not been officially named. But one of Lady Leshurr’s followers said: “I seen Donny putting it up in the morning like three weeks ago.”
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