Corynne Elliot (born 1983, London, England), better known as Speech Debelle, is a British rapper signed to the Big Dada record label. She was the winner of the 2009 Mercury Prize for her debut album Speech Therapy and has since had a lucrative career. She released her second album, Freedom of Speech, in 2012.
Debelle's single from the Speech Therapy, "Spinnin" has been re-worked by Tinchy Stryder and Dionne Bromfield and was used as one of the official anthems of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
She has also been politically and socially active with a number of charities and movements, and hosted the BBC documentary Hidden Homeless in 2012.