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Bad Sister

Roxanne Shanté

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Album Review

Her debut album doesn't quite live up to the promise of her early singles, which can be found on various rap compilations.

Customer Reviews

All Hail the Queen!!

No one can even deny that Roxanne Shante was the one that got females into the game! With her Millie Jackson style of Rap, Bad Sister is a Hip- Hop Classic! When HIP-HOP was based on lyrics and banging beat!! Great album! Thanks i-Tunes for getting the classic Hip-Hop available to all!!

Not much into the 80's but

Roxanne was a great teen artist during the old school times!

One Of The Best

One of the best albums ever

Biography

Born: November 9, 1969 in Queens, New York, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s

Roxanne Shanté (born Lolita Gooden) was walking outside a New York housing project called Queensbridge when she heard three men talking about how the trio U.T.F.O. had canceled their appearance at a show they were promoting. Gooden offered to make a rap record that would get back at U.T.F.O., who'd previously recorded "Roxanne, Roxanne," a song about a woman too stuck up to notice them. The three — Tyrone Williams, disc jockey Mister Magic, and producer Marley Marl — took her up on the...
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Bad Sister, Roxanne Shanté
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Old School Rap, Rap, Rock
  • Released: Oct 20, 1989

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