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Invincible refers to these different artists:

1) Detroit based MC Ilana Weaver, AKA Invincible, scripts lyrics to communicate both personal experience and a desire to affect social change. Through her clear delivery, witty wordplay, and conceptual songwriting she reminds listeners, you dont have to choose between style and substance. Even before she was fluent in English, Invincible recalls scribbling down the lyrics to her early hip-hop influences including Gang Starr, Boss, and Paris. She moved from the Middle East to the Midwest (Michigan) in elementary school, where she traded tapes and began to write rhymes. At age 15, she sought out local freestyle ciphers, and snuck into 21+ open-mics. By the following year she was throwing her own all-ages shows and collaborating with Detroit area artists such as Athletic Mic League and One Be Lo. While on a fateful trip to NYC in 1997, Invincible linked with the ANOMOLIES crew, an all-women all-elements hiphop collective. She relocated to the Rotten Apple one year later to join the crew, sharing stages with heavyweights such as The Roots, MC Lyte, Pharoahe Monch, Bahamadia, and Le Tigre. These ties drew interest to the rising emcee, landing her a gig as a lyrical sketch writer for MTV’s Lyricist Lounge show. A verse from 1999’s Hip Hop for Respect compilation against police brutality organized by Talib Kweli and Mos Def served as the worlds intro to her flow. She followed up with the cut “Perfectionists” with Helixx of the ANOMOLIES on the Lyricist Lounge Underground Airplay Vol. One.


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  • ArtVandelay1

    Whatever happened to her?

    25 May 2014 Reply
  • chamaleonicann

    UK -Invincible- led by Mark Burgess, were great!... and Venus is a top album! (2)

    7 Nov 2013 Reply
  • fuckredemption

    i need another album so bad

    1 Sep 2013 Reply
  • Brannu

    She's dope. Detroit has the best hip-hop in the world right now.

    19 Aug 2013 Reply
  • showdeez

    bitch so raw

    17 Jan 2013 Reply
  • earthman121

    Very good .....

    30 Jun 2012 Reply
  • juhomnomnom

    shes actually so good

    12 Jun 2012 Reply
  • mrsean20


    18 Mar 2012 Reply
  • fictionnoir

    obsessed w this album rn

    4 Mar 2012 Reply
  • ShinobiNoRyuu

    She dope as hell

    29 Feb 2012 Reply
  • jay-z33

    I need a new album!!!(5)

    12 Feb 2012 Reply
  • uknoww1212

    I need a new album!!![[3] ain't that the truth.

    5 Oct 2011 Reply
  • gendervariant

    She's so gifted, I need a new album!!![2] Shapeshifters was slept on

    16 Sep 2011 Reply

    She's so gifted, I need a new album!!!

    2 Sep 2011 Reply
  • snowy657

    UK Invincible led by Mark Burgess were great and Venus is a top album

    29 Aug 2011 Reply
  • Austintayeshus

    Never said she shouldn't be. She's definitely more well-known than the UK Invincible. Just pointing out the silliness of the whole situation.

    8 Aug 2011 Reply
  • howisya not having any MC invincible albums is irrelevant; there are a lot of incomplete discographies here, including for much more famous artists, but that doesn't have anything to do with which is the more popular artist by a given name. speaking only for myself, i'd never heard of the band invincible until just now. it seems most of the shouts, linked groups, and, crucially, scrobbles are for the hip-hop artist, so why she shouldn't be the main pic baffles me.

    8 Aug 2011 Reply
  • Austintayeshus

    I somewhat resent the fact that the default pic is an artist that has no official album listings for. I definitely prefer the Mark Burgess-led band, even though I like the hip hop incarnation of "Invincible" too (I own records by both, perhaps surprisingly). I think this page is the perfect example of why needs to build something that distinguishes between artists that happen to have the same/similar names.

    8 Aug 2011 Reply
  • mrsean20

    shes so good

    21 Jul 2011 Reply
  • uknoww1212

    this might be stupid to say but I compare femcees to dudes if she can rip along side a guy with straight fire you gets respect and my money.I didn't realize that she was on the lyricist lounge show yrs. back.

    11 Jul 2011 Reply
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