Miss Jones - 2 Way Street FLAC album
Genre: Hip-hop and RAP
Title: 2 Way Street
FLAC version ZIP size: 1807 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1191 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1402 mb
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The Other Woman is the first and only album released by Miss Jones. It was released on June 18, 1998 through Motown Records. Jones had previously signed a deal with Tommy Boy Records and released the minor hits "Where I Wanna Be Boy" and "Don't Front", but left the label to take a job as a radio DJ for Hot 97. Eventually she returned to performing and signed with Motown and began to record her debut album.
Tarsha Nicole Jones, better known as Miss Jones, is a former R&B artist and radio personality. She previously worked for WQHT in New York City and 1039 The Beat and WUSL in Philadelphia. Miss Jones was the first black woman to host Morning Radio on a hip hop radio format. Before becoming host of WQHT's Miss Jones in the Morning show, Jones was an integral part of the Star and Buc Wild morning show on Hot 97. On June 28, 2008, WQHT's contract with Jones expired, and she returned to the airwaves of Philadelphia, a city that adorned Jones with the Key to the City and several mayoral awards for her community service endeavors.
nigga I got a whole lot to say for my self u better watch your mouth wha? wha? wha? wha? wha? Love letters and chedders, I see frames it's all the same Tried to control the game with your ball and chain Now you're callin my name with your balls in pain And it's a shame, I'm in the baller's Hall of Fame Comin late at night and leave me hurt with my back bent Call me up.
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2nd Street is a 1976 album by Back Street Crawler and was released on the Atco Records label. It was released after Paul Kossoff's death in March 1976, and is dedicated to him. The album is regarded as a considerable advance on their 1975 debut The Band Plays On, but Kossoff's involvement in it is limited to lead guitar lines over the completed tracks. Terry Wilson Slesser – lead vocals. Paul Kossoff – lead guitar. Terry Wilson – bass, acoustic and electric guitars.