Hip-hop artist Miss Meme was born Jeriel Elizabeth on January 6, 1993, in Philadelphia PA and moved with her family to Franklinville, New Jersey at a young age. Miss Meme looks at life as a constant avenue to invoke change. Her tough gritty upbringing reveals pain, struggle, and ultimately survival of the fittest. Those early struggles, Meme has said, helped fuel her drive to rise above the life her parents knew, Meme is now raising her own daughter and states everything she does is for her child.
In late 2014, Miss Meme began to pursue her career as a rapper, and she has spent several years performing at venues throughout the tri-sate. She has recently shared the stage with the likes of PNB Rock, Trina, Phresher, Special Ed, AR AB, Roxanne Shante, and Peddi Crakk.
In 2016, Miss Meme caught the eye of the legendary rapper, Jadakiss. This led to the creation of her latest single “5 Days”. When you watch her performances, music videos, and listen to her music you witness a young women who is driven, fearless, and talented. As she continues to grow as an artist, she has proven time and time again that she is a force to be reckoned with.
She’s released music videos for her latest singles “N.W.M feat. Spliff Star “ and 5 Days featuring her mentor Jadakiss and is currently working on her debut album “Meme Season” set to release Summer 2017. Her continued hardwork and dedication will ultimately make her a legendary figure in hip hop.
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