Salt 'N' Pepa - Very Necessary album flac
Title: Very Necessary
Style: Pop Rap
MP3 album: 1127 mb
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Very Necessary is the fourth studio album by rap/hip-hop group Salt-n-Pepa. The album followed three compilation albums. Released in October 12, 1993. The album went on to become the most successful rap album by a female act. It was produced by Cheryl James (Salt), Sandy Denton (Pepa), Dee Dee "Diedra" Roper (Spinderella), and Hurby Azor.
Brand New is the fifth and final studio album by rap trio Salt-n-Pepa. It was released on October 21, 1997, by Red Ant Entertainment. Red Ant filed for bankruptcy before the album was officially released. Salt-n-Pepa toured to support the album, although the album had no other promotion whatsoever. Brand New had two minor hits: "R U Ready" and "Gitty Up", the latter of which samples the Rick James song "Give It to Me Baby". The album was certified gold in the United States.
Very Necessary is the fourth studio album from Salt-N-Pepa. Four singles were released for the album, including the top ten hits Shoop and Whatta Man. None of Your Business is another single on the album and it won a Grammy for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group. The record became the group’s highest charting album on the Billboard 200 as it peaked at number four. It’s sold seven million copies worldwide and the five million in the US alone, becoming their best-selling album there. Very Necessary Q&A.
Salt-N-Pepa (also stylized as Salt 'N' Pepa or Salt 'N Pepa) are an American hip-hop girl group formed in 1985. Group members included Salt (Cheryl James), Pepa (Sandra Denton), and DJ Spinderella (Deidra Roper). They were signed to Next Plateau Records and released their single "Push It" on March 8, 1987, which hit number one in 3 countries and became a Top Ten or Top Twenty hit in various other countries.
Co-producer – Sandra "Pepa" Denton Engineer – Al "Taz" Machera Executive-Producer – Hurby "Luvbug" Azor, Salt-N-Pepa Mixed By – Al "Taz" Machera, Cheryl "Salt" James Producer – Cheryl "Salt" James Vocals – Cleon "Eva" Earle, Joyce Martin. 11. Somma Time Man. Engineer – David Kowalski Engineer – Dae ducer – Hurby "Luvbug" Azor, Salt-N-Pepa Keyboards – Harold EdgarProducer, Mixed By – DJ Wynn.
Album · 1993 · 13 Songs. Very Necessary Salt-N-Pepa. The Best Of Salt-N-Pepa: 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection. Hot, Cool & Vicious.
Salt-N-Pepa exhibited a lot of growth on Blacks' Magic (1990), their third album and, by far, best to date. For their follow-up, Very Necessary, released a long three and a half years later, in 1993, the ladies delivered a fairly similar album. Like its predecessor, Very Necessary boasts a pair of major hits ("Whatta Man," "Shoop") and a lot of fine album tracks
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Featuring – Futuristic Prophet, StyowlzVocals – Joyce Martin
|A2||No One Does It Better
Keyboards – Avon MarshallVocals – Alton Wokie Stewart, Avon Marshall, Day Ta Day, Mecko Whip, Motif
|A3||Somebody's Gettin' On My Nerves
Co-producer – Steve AzorVocals – Al "Taz" Machera*, Anthony "Sharkee" Williams, Hurby Luv Bug, Mecko Whip
Vocals – 3 Feet, En Vogue
|A5||None Of Your Business
Vocals – Julia Brereton, Khadejia Bass, Mecko Whip
Co-producer – Tommy "DJ Grand" ShannonProducer – SpinderellaVocals – Desiree Roper
Co-producer – PepaProducer – Mark Sparks, Salt Vocals – Joyce Martin, Otwane Roberts
|B2||Heaven Or Hell
Featuring – StyowlzProducer – Steve AzorVocals – Wilfred "Omega" Hilton
Co-producer – Steve AzorVocals – Mecko Whip, Steve Azor, The Mau-Mau Clan Overlords
|B4||Sexy Noises Turn Me On
Co-producer – PepaProducer – Salt Vocals – Cleon "Eva" Earle, Joyce Martin
|B5||Somma Time Man
Keyboards – Harold Edgar
|B6||Break Of Dawn
Co-producer – Salt Producer – Mark Sparks
|B7||PSA We Talk
Producer – WEATOC, INC
|B8||Shoop (Danny D's Radio Mix)
Remix – Danny D*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – London Records USA
- Copyright (c) – London Records USA
- Licensed To – FFRR Records Ltd.
- Marketed By – Barclay
- Marketed By – Metronome Musik GmbH
- Made By – PMDC, UK
- Mastered At – The Hit Factory
- Mastered By – Herb Powers Jr.
- Mixed By – Al "Taz" Machera*
- Photography By – Michael Halsband
- Producer – Hurby Luv Bug
Notes(C) & (P) 1993 London Records USA.
Exclusively licensed to FFRR Records Ltd.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 42282 84544 3
- Rights Society (Disc): BIEM·MCPS
- Rights Society (Back Cover): BIEM STEMRA
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