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Album Review

Long before Janet Reno became the U.S. Attorney General under Bill Clinton, she was the heroine of rapper Anquette, who draws on Reno's crusading efforts as inspiration for her 1989 debut LP Respect; on the song "Janet Reno," Anquette celebrates the attorney's prosecution of men charged with delinquent alimony payments. The cut is one of Respect's few inspired moments, however; by and large, the homespun beats are repetitive and Anquette's rhymes, though earnest, lack pizzazz.

Biography

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s

Rap fans who think there's just one thing on Luther Campbell's mind would get a far different impression by listening to female rapper Anquette. Though she recorded for his Luke Skyywalker Records (later just Luke), she took on political and social issues as well as recording bass-heavy party tracks. Her 1986 single, "Throw the P," was a biting female answer record to 2 Live Crew's "Throw the D," and a follow-up named "Janet Reno" from 1988 congratulated the Florida district attorney for locking...
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