Lisah Monah is an artist, songwriter, and producer, who's native to the city of Los Angeles; later moving to the Inland Empire. Her style is best described as feminine with an edge.
Though there were many highlights throughout her career, her popularity began to soar during her time as 1/2 member of male/female rap group, S.I.K. (Smok3 & Iysss Krew), in which she went by the name Blaqiysss (pronounced black ice). Once the group broke up, Lisah quit music.
Not doing what she was passionate about began to take a toll on her, so after a couple of years, she decided to give it another try. This time around she figured if she was going to be in the music industry, she needed to learn as much as she can about the business, including how to produce. Her look also changed with the "Big Chop".
Her first single as Lisah Monah, "Bcuz I Can", was released back in 2015. In 2018 she released, "Do What I Want", a sassy song for outspoken, independent, driven women. You may have heard it during an episode on season 2 of ABC's "The Rookie". She began her journey as a producer with her EP, "Can You Hear Me Now". The album addresses politics she's up against as a woman in the industry, and shares her life's struggles. Lisah says it is very challenging to be in a male dominated industry where women are expected to "be" a certain way. Lisah purposely chooses to move in the opposite direction by not oversexualizing herself.
Lisah continues to make her presence known through compilations, collaborations, and putting out great music. This time around, she plans on making a name for herself as a producer. Already known as an amazing songwriter, production is her next greatest feat. She's also been working in the sync licensing business. Hence, continuing to grow more branches on her tree.
Outside of music, Lisah Monah is married and a mother of two boys. She has 2 degrees, certification in Medical Assistance, and a graduate from San Diego State University with her teaching credential.
Shared bills with: Tech N9ne, Murs, Drake, Diddy, Chris Brown, Problem, Ne-Yo, and Lil Wayne.
Influences: MC Lyte, Kendrick Lamar, Da Brat, JAY-Z, N.E.R.D, Snoop Dogg, and Missy Elliott.