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Lulu Le Vay

Lulu Le Vay
Lulu Le Vay started out as deputy editor of mouthy fanzine Sleazenation in the mid-90s which propelled to her to become a freelance feature writer for publications such as The Face, i-D, Jockey Slut and Xray through to the Guardian Guide, The Independent on Sunday, The Evening Standard and the Observer. Lulu has also spent the last ten years promoting some of the UK's most inspiring artists - Lady Sovereign, Jazzie B, Man Like Me - and over the last two years she has been managing bands, co-running independent imprint defDrive and teaching music industry skills to young people across London.

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List of articles in the library by artist

Beenie Man: Beenie There, Done That

Interview by Lulu Le Vay, Guardian, The, September 2002

One of the biggest stars of Jamaican dancehall, Beenie Man's outgrowing the reggae charts and going global. Lulu Le Vay meets him as he gets ...

Dizzee Rascal

Profile and Interview by Lulu Le Vay, X-Ray, August 2004

TUESDAY JULY 29th 2003. It has only been three weeks since teen ghetto rapper turned breakneck industry sensation Dizzee Rascal was pulled off his scooter ...

Lemar

Interview by Lulu Le Vay, Touch, November 2003

SONY HQ, Great Marlborourgh Street, London. The glorious June afternoon teasingly leaks out its golden rays through all the building's nooks, crooks and capacious office ...

Angie Stone

Interview by Lulu Le Vay, Touch, December 2005

THE GLAMOUROUS surroundings of the Sofitel hotel in Pall Mall are dazzling – handsome door staff oozing charisma and flirtatious winks, impressive pieces of classic-yet-modern ...

Barry White: The Big Cheese

Interview by Lulu Le Vay, Sleazenation, September 2000

Barry White invited us to join him poolside at his San Diego mansion so we could place a hand on his chest and feel that ...

List of genre pieces

One Foot In The Rave

Comment by Lulu Le Vay, Time Out, March 2003

IT'S MIDNIGHT on a Friday night. You're there on the dance floor trying to persuade your body to get into the groove. All you can ...

'80s Soul: Never Too Much

Overview by Lulu Le Vay, Sleazenation, May 2002

80s soul: Black men and silky suits and silkier voices. White Essex casuals. Weekends at windswept holiday resorts. Luther Vandross. While the rest of the ...

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