The Sequence - Sugar Hill Presents The Sequence FLAC album
Genre: Hip-hop and RAP
Title: Sugar Hill Presents The Sequence
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The Sequence was an American female hip–hop trio from Columbia, South Carolina, who formed in 1979. The Sequence is noted as the first female hip hop trio signed to the Sugar Hill label in the late–1970s and early–1980s. The group consisted of Cheryl Cook, known as "Cheryl The Pearl", Gwendolyn Chisolm, known as "Blondie" and lead singer/rapper Angie Brown Stone, as Angie B who were all high school friends.
Sugarhill Gang is the self-titled debut album by influential rap group The Sugarhill Gang. The album was released in 1980 for Sugarhill Records and was produced by Sylvia Robinson. The single "Rapper's Delight" was a hit on the US pop chart and a hit on the R&B chart. Although "Rapper's Delight" was the only charting single, the album also included the minor hit, "Rapper's Reprise".
No doubt, Salt N' Pepa emulated the Sequence, who preceded them as tough rap divas. The lineups and attitudes are similar, and none of the curvy rappers comes off as passive, unliberated women. Gwendolyn (Blondie) Chisholm, Cheryl (Cheryl the Pearl) Cook, and Angela (Angie B) Brown, . Sequence were street-wise, gritty and butter-bred. Simon Says" has a contagious, comical beat that's made for disco. Showing they do more than rap, they break off in "The Times When We're Alone," a slow and sensual winner. The nursery rhyme raps on "We Don't Rap.
A Complete Introduction to Sugar Hill Records. 1 2 3 4 5. The Sugarhill Gang, Cowboy, Scorpio. The Sequence - Funk You Up. 10:52. Spoonie Gee & The Sequence - Monster Jam. 08:47.
The Sequence - Single. 1 track · 5 September 2011. Sugarhill Presents The Sequence.
The Sequence was an American hip hop group from Columbia, South Carolina. The group consisted of Cheryl "Cheryl the Pearl" Cook, Gwendolyn "Blondie" Chisolm, and Angie "Angie . Stone. They became the first all-female group to achieve a record deal when they signed to Sugar Hill Records in 1979. Their most notable single was "Funk You Up" (1979), which was the first rap record released by a female group and the second single released by Sugar Hill Records.
1983) The Sequence - The Sequence Party. A1 Angels Playing Hooky. A3 Where Are You Tonight. B1 Here Comes The Bride. B2 I Just Want To Know. B3 I Just Want To Love You Baby. B4 Fi-Ya Up That Funk. 1985) The Sequence - Funk It Up '85 (VLS). A1 – Funk It Up ’85. (1996) The Sequence - The Best of Sequence- The Sisters of Rap. 1 Monster Jam (with Spoonie Gee).
|A||Come On Let's Boogie||5:37|
|B||The Times We're Alone||4:45|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Zafiro
- Artwork By [Album Design] – Hemu Ghia Aggarwal
- Photography – Tony Barboza
- Producer – Jigsaw Prod.*, Sylvia Inc.*
- Written-By – A. Brown*, C. Cook*, C. Chase* (tracks: A1, B2), G. Chisolm*, J. Robinson, Jr.* (tracks: B1), S. Robinson* (tracks: A1, A3, B2)
NotesRecorded at Sweet Mountain Studios
Publisher: Sugar Hill Music Pub. Ltd. (BMI) except Funky Sound (Malbiz Music & Ricks Music Inc.)
© ℗ 1980 Sugar Hill Records Ltd.
|SP-45-10||The Sequence||Sugar Hill Presents (12", Maxi, Promo)||Zafiro||SP-45-10||Spain||1982|