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LE Rapper
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LE in November 2017
Native name
Born Ahn Hyo-jin
(1991-12-10) December 10, 1991 (age 26)
Cheonan, South Chungcheong, South Korea
Other names
  • LE
  • Elly
  • Rapper
  • songwriter
  • composer
Musical career
Instruments Vocals
Labels Banana Culture Entertainment
Korean name
Hangul ???
Hanja ???
Revised Romanization An Hyo-jin
McCune-Reischauer An Hyochin

Ahn Hyo-jin (born December 10, 1991), professionally known as LE , is a South Korean rapper, songwriter and composer. She is the main rapper of the South Korean girl group EXID.

LE made her debut as a rapper with the underground rap group Jiggy Fellaz, performing under the stage name "Elly". In 2011, after signing a recording contract with Gamgak Entertainment, LE released "Whenever You Play That Song", a duet with Huh Gak.[1] LE made her official debut with EXID in February 2012.

Music career


EXID officially debuted on February 16, 2012 with the release of their debut single, "Whoz That Girl".[2]

Solo activities

In May 2012, LE collaborated with Gavy NJ on their song, "Don't Call Me"; she sang the rap part.[3]

In February 2013, producer Brave Brothers revealed that LE had collaborated with B2ST's Junhyung and Big Star's Feeldog in a project group and would be releasing a single on February 21, 2013. A teaser was released on February with a "19+" rating, which was previously acknowledged in the single cover, "19+ Profanity Included - Absurd", and on February 20, Brave Brothers released LE's version of the "You Got Some Nerve" MV teaser.[4]

A "15+" version of the song was released on February 21, with the curse words in the song bleeped out. The original song was rated "19+", but representatives of Brave Brothers said "You Got Some Nerve was scheduled to be released as is with a 19+ rating, but due to the interest and requests of the fans, we decided to beep out the profanity that was the reason for the 19+ rating." The explicit version of the song and its music video was released on February 25, 2013.[5][6] Some fans were angered by this, saying "Then why did they attract attention by writing 19+ on the poster? You've got some nerve" while a media outlet revealed that the song had never been sent to the TV networks to be reviewed and expressed disappointment on Brave Brothers' attitude on the situation due to their "media play" and mocking their fans.[5][7]

In July 2014, LE was featured in Hyuna's mini-album "A Talk" and helped write the lyrics for the songs "French Kiss" and "Blacklist".[8]

Songwriting and production credits

Artist Song
Elly & Basick
Double Trouble Rock With Us (feat. Elly)
Untouchable Jiggy Get Down (feat. Jiggy Fellaz: Vasco, Marco, Bigtray, Deepflow, 9c, Basick, Elly, Joe Brown, Wooside)
Joe Brown Give Me A Sign (feat. Elly)
Nassun Random (Bonus Track) (feat. 45Rpm, Basick, Beatbox Dg, B-Free, Bigtone, Bizzy, Boltrix, Deepflow, Dynamite, Elly, J-Dogg, J'Kyun, Kikaflo, Koonta, Leo, Mighty Mouth, Minos, Swings, Von, Woo-Side, , , , )
Kang Jihye Once Again (feat. Elly)
Pinodyne Good Night (feat. Junggigo & Elly)
Junhyung, FeelDog & LE You Got Some Nerve
Lim Chang Jung Shall We Dance With Dr. Lim (feat. LE)
HyunA Blacklist (feat. LE)
Zia Hurt (feat. LE)
K.Will Sweet Girl (feat. LE)
Gavy NJ Don't Call Me (feat. LE)
THE SEEYA The Song of Love (feat. LE)
ALi Goodbye Mr. Kim (feat. LE)
Verbal Jint, Sanchez (Under the Ears) (feat. LE)
Trouble Maker Trouble Maker


Variety show

Year Title Network Notes
2016 Tribe of Hip Hop JTBC Mentor

Featured singles

Year Title Artist
2009 Oh Yeah MBLAQ
Rock With Us Double Trouble
2010 Give Me A Sign Joe Brown
Random Nassun
2011 Whenever You Play That Song Huh Gak
2012 Once Again Kang Jihye
Don't Call Me Gavy NJ
Good Night Pinodyne
Look at Me Jewelry
2014 Hurt Zia
Sweet Girl K.Will
Blacklist Hyuna
Shall We Dance With Dr. Lim Lim Chang Jung
The Song of Love The SeeYa
2015 Goodbye Mr. Kim ALi
2016 Hold Over Wheesung


  1. ^ "Huh Gak & LE releases MV for "Whenever You Play That Song" feat. Yoo Seung Ho". AllKpop. 8 December 2011. Retrieved . 
  2. ^ "EXID reveals debut MV, "Whoz That Girl"". AllKpop. 15 February 2012. Retrieved . 
  3. ^ "Gavy NJ releases MV for Don't Call Me". AllKpop. 2 May 2012. Retrieved . 
  4. ^ Hong, Grace Danbi (February 20, 2013). "[Video] Exid's Le Ignores Your Phone Calls in 'You Got Some Nerve' Teaser". CJ E&M enewsWorld. MWave. Retrieved 2014. 
  5. ^ a b Hong, Grace Danbi (February 20, 2013). "Brave Brothers' 'You Got Some Nerve' Censored for 15+ Rating". CJ E&M enewsWorld. MWave. Retrieved 2014. 
  6. ^ Smith, Corynn (February 25, 2013). "Idols Gone "Bad?" Feeldog, Junhyung and LE Sound Off in "You've Got Some Nerve" MV". MTV K. Retrieved 2014. 
  7. ^ Sin, Wong-cheol (February 21, 2013). [] '?', 19? [Brave Brothers song "You Got Some Nerve", 19+ rating review never took place]. Xports News (in Korean). Retrieved 2014. 
  8. ^ "HyunA reveals tracklist for her upcoming mini album 'A Talk' featuring Yoseob and LE". AllKpop. 18 July 2014. Retrieved . 

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