|Released||15 November 2005|
|Label||Chocolate Industries |
|Lady Sovereign chronology|
|Robert Christgau||A− |
|Los Angeles Times|||
|Stylus Magazine||A− |
Vertically Challenged is the debut EP from UK hip hop artist Lady Sovereign.    It was only released in the U.S. and Australia.[ citation needed ]
The EP features the UK hit single "Random" and a remix of her limited edition white-label single "Ch Ching (Cheque 1 2)".
In the US, a limited edition was manufactured containing a bonus DVD. The limited edition was not released in Australia.
The Detroit Metro Times wrote that the EP "suitably reps Lady Sovereign’s ample cockiness and lyrical zing."  Slate commended Sovereign's "tunefully bratty delivery."  Billboard praised Vertically Challenged's "hands-in-the-air breakbeats, Colecovision sound effects, [and] nut-job lyrics delivered in great Cockney fashion." 
Limited Edition DVD:
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