Michie Mee - Jamaican Funk FLAC album
Genre: Hip-hop and RAP / Reggae
Title: Jamaican Funk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1201 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1196 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1745 mb
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Michelle McCullock (born November 1, 1970), better known by her stage name Michie Mee, is a Canadian rapper and actress. Canada's first notable female MC, she is considered a national hip-hop pioneer. McCullock was born in Jamaica, later moving to Toronto, Ontario at a young age, and was raised in the city's Jane Street area, as well as the Jane and Finch neighbourhood
The First Cut Is the Deepest is the second studio album by Canadian rapper Michie Mee, released in 2000 on Koch Records. The single "Don't Wanna Be Your Slave", featuring Esthero, was nominated for Best Rap Recording at the 2000 Juno Awards. Interlude: The Album" (featuring Chris Rouse). Don't Wanna Be Your Slave" (featuring Esthero). Interlude: Uncle Nigel" (featuring Chris Rouse).
In 1991, Michie released her debut album, Jamaican Funk: Canadian Style, which infused reggae and dancehall elements within the rap album. The hit single, Jamaican Funk, received a Juno Award nomination in 1992. Michie Mee has had an outstanding career in entertainment thus far. With her currently working on hot new music, acting roles and a feature in the 2011 CBC hip-hop documentary Love, Props and the T. Dot, this trailblazer’s saga still continues. Michie Mee’s reign as Queen is far from over.
Jamaican Funk - Canadian Style (1991). Album by Michie Mee. . Love De Bout by Michie Mee and . Papa's Got a Brand New Bag by Otis Redding (1968). You're Feisty by Michie Mee and . Givin' Up Food for Funk by The . Sneakin' in the Back by Tom Scott and The . Canada Large by Michie Mee and .
|A||Jamaican Funk (Vocal)||3:20|
|B1||Jamaican Funk (Instrumental)||3:20|
|B2||All Night Stand||3:46|
- Engineer – Rob Lichtman, Yoram Nazan*
- Producer, Mixed By – King Of Chill*
|79 64650||Michie Mee||Jamaican Funk (12")||First Priority Music||79 64650||Canada||1990|