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JJ Fad-Supersonic [1988]

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JJ Fad-Supersonic [1988]

This is off their same named platinum debut album in 1988. It was on Eazy-E's label, Ruthless Records, and it was produced by ex-N.W.A. members, Dr. Dre, DJ Yella, and Arabian Prince. They were the first female rap group to be nominated for a Grammy. I've never been a fan of these ladies for their rap skills left much to be desired and have always been intrigued by how successful this song was as I always thought it was run-of the-mill. They are currently planning a tour with the surviving members of The Fat Boys. Hope someone youtubes a piece of that tour as I would like to see what dance steps these ladies are doing 21 yrs after their song came out.

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