|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||The First Cut Is The Deepest||20||Audio||2000||Koch Records|
|2||Jamaican Funk Canadian Style||4||Audio||1991||First Priority Music|
|3||Drop The Beat / Husslin'||6||Audio||2000||Universal Music Canada|
[a=Michelle McCullock] AKA Michie Mee is a Canadian rapper and actor of Jamaican descent. She holds the distinction of being the first female MC in Canada to get a US record deal.
Her career began in 1987 when she featured on "Break'n Out", an all Canadian Hip-Hop compilation produced by [a=DJ Scott La Rock] (shortly before he died) and [a=KRS-One] from [a=Boogie Down Productions]. Her first album, "Jamaican Funk: Canadian Style" was released in 1991.
Michie Mee also teamed up with [a=Phillip Gayle] AKA LA Luv as [a=Michie Mee And LA Luv].