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Album Review

On her debut LP, Murder She Spoke, La' Chat quickly establishes the fact that she's more than just a Gangsta Boo soundalike. Like Boo, Chat represented the feminine side of the Three 6 Mafia sound — a ghetto, thug bitch from Memphis not afraid to get lewd and tell you how it is. And indeed the Three 6 camp plays a major role in this album's sound, with Juicy "J" and DJ Paul dropping their trademark beats, and the myriad Three 6 rappers making cameos throughout the album, often as foils to Chat's tough-girl stance. Unfortunately, it sounds like either "J" and Paul are saving their best beats for their own albums or perhaps that the duo are running a little short on ideas — their production work here is surprisingly subpar. Yet, as typically Three 6 as the beats sound on Murder She Spoke, Chat's performance more than compensates. Once again like Boo, she could be one of the best MCs in the Three 6 stable. She exudes a harsh attitude and delivers her rhymes with a liquid flow. Plus, she's not afraid to get exploitative, best exemplified on her interpolations of longtime Three 6 motifs: two examples being "Slob on My Cat" (interpolating "Slob on My Knob") and "Luv 2 Get High" (interpolating "Now I'm Hi"). Yet Chat never resorts solely to sleaze to engage her audience; most of her lyrics are street smart and center on street credibility and politics. More than anything, though, it's refreshing to see a female effectively represent her side of the thug life. So even if Murder She Spoke suffers from many of the same problems plaguing other Three 6 solo albums — namely, not enough fresh ideas and too much filler — it's still one of the better Three 6-affiliated releases to date and is indeed an impressive debut for Chat.

Customer Reviews

HCP Represents

La' Chat is by far the best female rapper hip hop has ever seen. She needs to get some more publicity.

Everybody loves her

You have to love her becauseshe's a female rapper. The best song is Slob on my cat. The song is so hilarious. When I first heard it, me and my friends almost died laughing. Better than slob on my knob.

Yet another HCP Classic

First, I want to state that I do not like female rappers. They rap hard, but just doesn't sound right. All you got to do is look at La' Chat and you know she's not the average looking female rapper. The cd was blessed with nothing but tight beats from DJ Paul & Juicy J. La' Chat lays down hard verses on most of the songs. Only female rapper cd I own and I suggest you give her a shot. Even though she's gone from the camp. North North


Born: Memphis, TN

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

Where most female artists in the rap game often boast more impressive looks than MC skills, La' Chat represented a new style of female rapper -- the female thug rapper. Following the precedent set by fellow female thug rappers from the South -- Mia X and Gangsta Boo -- Chat broke through as a member of an established clique (Three 6 Mafia) and represented a feminine point of view. Yet Chat didn't rap about Prada like Foxy Brown, never resorted to overt sleaze like Lil Kim, and wouldn't even bother...
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