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A highly anticipated debut that could have done without the hoopla, Kid Sister’s Ultraviolet isn’t the “ladies first” declaration that was hoped for, or the redefinition of party-rap that was hinted at, but it's still highly recommended for party people. First off, there’s the infectious single “Pro Nails” with Kanye West, plus its worthy follow-up “Get Fresh”. Both are filled with slang queen rhymes and a brassy enough delivery that could earn Kid Sister diva status, but the production crew hired by executive producer A-Trak tend to be overactive knob-twiddlers and often overshadow this little-rapper-that-could. Best example, “Big N Bad” which features a sample from Yaz’s “Don’t Go” and is produced by the cheap thriller Herve, with dancefloor prankster Sinden on the assist. Most rappers would find it impossible to overcome such a busy backing track and while Sister isn’t even responsible for the song’s awesome chorus (“We keep it big (Tom Hanks)/We keep it bad (MJ)”) it's to her credit that her quips are memorable, or in the case of “Let Me Bang 2009”’s “Famous in Hyundai!,” T-shirt worthy. Still, as electro meets screwed and chopped, as future disco meets Cee-Lo, its hard to resist such a smart, effervescent album even when there’s are chance you’ll forget the main artist’s name. All career-launching misfires should be this fun.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 1980 en Chicago, IL

Género: Pop

Años de actividad: '00s

One of the truisms of pop music is that in a style's early years, novelty songs are commonplace: the freshness and novelty of the musical form lends itself to giggly comic songs, and in turn new audiences attracted by the humor get exposed to the new kind of music. Jazz, R&B, country, and rock all had dozens of novelty hits in their early years. But as a form matures, it starts to be taken (and to take itself) more seriously, and the novelty hits subside. The first decade of hip-hop was filled...
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