Grand Rapids-based Lady Ace Boogie releases new album

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“That’s all for Now” focuses on Lady Ace Boggie’s personal experiences since beginning her career in hip-hop six years ago. Courtesy Lady Ace Boogie

Lady Ace Boogie, a hip-hop artist based in Grand Rapids, released a new, eight-track album, “That’s All for Now.”

The music focuses on Ace’s personal experiences since beginning her career in hip-hop six years ago.

“That’s All for Now” features guest musicians from the region. Fellow Grand Rapids artist Steven Malcolm joins Lady Ace Boogie on the lead single, “Free,” while the artist’s own late father appears on “Fight for Your Life.”

“My dad was one of my best friends,” Ace said. “We talked on the phone just about every day. I started recording our conversations once he was diagnosed with liver cancer. He stayed dropping jewels, and he was my No. 1 fan. To be able to have him on my record means more to me than anything.”

Ace’s new album also includes Grand Rapids rappers J-Rob (“Ladi Dadi”) and E-Will and Callab (“Eyes Wide Open”). “That’s All for Now” is available for streaming and purchase here.

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