With her combination of skillful rhymes and unmistakable sex appeal, it seemed like Lady May had all the makings of the next big female rapstar. However, quickly after she emerged with her steamy debut single “Round Up,” featuring Blu Cantrell in 2002, buzz about her faded and she was relegated to being a guest artist on other singers’ tracks, such as Willa Ford’s “A Toast to Men.” After taking a backseat to other artists, including being a songwriter for several tracks off J.Lo’s 2007 Brave album, it’s time for her to get a second chance at the spotlight she never could capture.