One of Zane One’s many strengths is her ability to convey a unique and exciting view of Los Angeles through her lyrics. The new video for “Zane One (L.A. Woman),” the Dert-produced single off of her debut album, L.A. Woman, highlights these talents and couples them with scenes seemingly taken straight from her everyday life. “I wanted to capture all the styles and flavor we have here; hip-hop in this city is amazing and so diverse,” explains Zane. These ties to the city run in the family, too, as she is sister and cousin to members of the legendary Los Angeles underground group LPG. The clip includes shots of live performances, break dancing, and even Zane One’s own children. “I guess the only ‘message’ I was trying to relay is how awesome women really are,” she stated, a sentiment that resonates through her powerful rhymes. “I love being an L.A. Woman.”
To say that the art of hip-hop is in her blood would be a massive understatement if referring to Zane One. Zane is the last born daughter of a pastor/poet as well as sister and cousin to the members of the legendary Los Angeles underground group LPG. She has opened for Cody Chestnut, and wrote songs alongside John Villa Lobos. With 20 years of hip-hop under her belt, countless shows, classic projects and a strong, unique sense of fashion, Zane will not only remind you why female emcees belong in the game, but also how aggressive and skillful artistry can manifest where you least expect it. An example of that artistry is available now in the form of Zane One (L.A. Woman), Zane One’s debut album, courtesy of AudioSketchBook / End Of Earth Records.
Video: “Zane One (L.A. Woman)”