Salt n pepa

Salt-n-Pepa  This '80s hip-hop trio was one of the first all-female rap groups. Consisting of Cheryl James, SandraDenton and Deidra Roper, the group was known for the smash singles "Push It," "Let's Talk About Sex" and "Whatta Man." Salt-n-Pepa produced five studio albums and won a Grammy throughout the '90s before they disbanded in 2002.

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Salt-n-Pepa This '80s hip-hop trio was one of the first all-female rap groups. Consisting of Cheryl James, SandraDenton and Deidra Roper, the group was known for the smash singles "Push It," "Let's Talk About Sex" and "Whatta Man." Salt-n-Pepa produced five studio albums and won a Grammy throughout the '90s before they disbanded in 2002.

blackfashion:  iwywaw:  Salt N Pepa LOOK-IN MAGAZINE 1988 #49  Don’t forget DJ Spinderella

blackfashion: iwywaw: Salt N Pepa LOOK-IN MAGAZINE 1988 #49 Don’t forget DJ Spinderella

Throwback: Pictures of Salt-n-Pepa

Throwback: Pictures of Salt-n-Pepa

Salt-n-Pepa. http://www.dazeddigital.com/music/article/16690/1/isa-gt-1993-youve-got-to-show-me-lol-mix

Isa GT 1993 You've Got To Show Me Lol Mix

Salt-n-Pepa. http://www.dazeddigital.com/music/article/16690/1/isa-gt-1993-youve-got-to-show-me-lol-mix

My man smooth like Barry and his voice got base a body like Arnold with a Denzel face...what a man..>Salt and Pepa

My man smooth like Barry and his voice got base a body like Arnold with a Denzel face...what a man..>Salt and Pepa

Push it....

Push it....

Artist: Salt-n-Pepa Song: ’Chick On The Side’ (1986) Ghostwriter: Kool G Rap There’s a long and fascinating lineage of tough-guy rappers using ghostwriting gigs as an opportunity for gender-bending – e.g. Big Daddy Kane’s writing for Roxanne Shanté. The most incongruous example of gender chicanery is arguably Salt -n-Pepa’s 1986 track ‘Chick On The Side’ – a warrior queen takedown of a cheating scoundrel, in fact penned by thug rapper and sometime chauvinist Kool G Rap.

Artist: Salt-n-Pepa Song: ’Chick On The Side’ (1986) Ghostwriter: Kool G Rap There’s a long and fascinating lineage of tough-guy rappers using ghostwriting gigs as an opportunity for gender-bending – e.g. Big Daddy Kane’s writing for Roxanne Shanté. The most incongruous example of gender chicanery is arguably Salt -n-Pepa’s 1986 track ‘Chick On The Side’ – a warrior queen takedown of a cheating scoundrel, in fact penned by thug rapper and sometime chauvinist Kool G Rap.

Salt-n-Pepa - Bop Magazine

Salt-n-Pepa - Bop Magazine

Salt-N-Pepa, "Shoop" (1993) | 18 Songs From The '90s You Grew Up Singing But Shouldn't Have

18 Songs From The '90s You Grew Up Singing But Shouldn't Have

Salt-N-Pepa, "Shoop" (1993) | 18 Songs From The '90s You Grew Up Singing But Shouldn't Have

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