BABY LOC Michelle Simmons was different and she knew it. Growing up unlike most of the girls in the neighborhood, she hung out beat boxing with the boys. She was involved in a lot of activities at the Newburg Boys and Girls Club in Louisville, Kentucky. After moving in with her father, she became more focused on her music and competed in talent shows. As a Moore High School student, she played varsity basketball, which helped her develop discipline and skills. She applied these qualities to her musical endeavors. Within her musical journey she learned how to set goals and work with intensity to attain them as she continued to prepare for bigger and better performances. Her achievement came with a lot of effort. She pushed herself beyond self-imposed boundaries. Baby Loc demanded a lot more and was determined to reach her goal as the next hottest Female Rap Artist. The name Baby Loc was given to her by a fellow musician. Her music is full of inner self-expression and passion. She feels music is the meaning of poetry, the inspiration of dreams and the spirit of the soul and emotions. She has grown and has become stronger and more poised. Her goal is to deliver her message to the world through her lyrics. The skills of Baby Loc have been shown at the following live performances: *TOP CATS in Cincinnati, Ohio for Rap Artist Twista 2001 *Kentucky Derby on Broadway 2003 *Newburg day 2003 *Jim Porters Hot 104.3 *New Years Eve Bash At Headliners *Off the Block At Yuri's Bistro *Opening performances in 2004 for the following National Recording Artists: Murphy Lee Youngbloods Trina/Pete' Pablo Junetenth Festival Lil Flip/Big Tymers Nappy Roots Lloyd Banks *Opening performances in 2005 for the following National Recording Artists: G unit Ghetto Boys Nappy Roots during Nappy Roots State Holiday honoring the Hurricane Katrina Victims on the Belevedere * Baby Loc's complete CD was released nationally under RCI Music in July 2005. * The Tripple Threat CD received a Four Star Rating for sound and production by the Velocity Weekly Newspaper, in Louisville, KY.