A Salt With A Deadly Pepa. A3. I Like It Like That. A4. Solo Power (Let's Get Paid). A5. Shake Your Thang (It's Your Thing). Written By – IsleyWritten-By – O'Kelly, Ronald, Rudolph. A Salt With A Deadly Pepa (LP, Album). Dureco, High Fashion Music.
Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. More Images.
A Salt With a Deadly Pepa is the second studio album from Salt-N-Pepa. It spawned three singles; Shake Your Thang, Get Up Everybody (Get Up), and Twist And Shout. It peaked at thirty eight on the Billboard 200 and eight on Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Album charts. It’s certified gold by the RIAA and BPI. A Salt With a Deadly Pepa Q&A. Producers Hurby Luv Bug & Hurby Luv Bug and the Invincibles. Writers Bert Berns, Hurby Luv Bug, O'Kelly Isley & 3 more. Recorded By Andre DeBourg.
A Salt With A Deadly Pepa is the second album by female rap trio Salt-N-Pepa, released on Next Plateau Records. The album was certified gold in America, reaching on the Billboard 200 and on the R&B/Hip-Hop Album charts. The album spawned three singles, the top ten R&B hit and moderate popular hit "Shake Your Thang"; the top twenty R&B hit "Get Up Everybody (Get Up)"; and "Twist And Shout", a major pop hit in the UK, hitting in that country.
Album · 1987 · 12 Songs. 1988 The Island Def Jam Music Group. See All. Hot, Cool & Vicious.
Attempting to follow up the crossover success of "Push It," Salt-n-Pepa hastily recorded A Salt With a Deadly Pepa, which essentially tries to replicate the charms of their debut without expanding on them very much. It doesn't end up quite as engaging, and the duo's limitations start to show themselves on the more underdeveloped material here. There are some good moments, but the album's centerpieces are once again borrowed ideas.
Alben von Salt N Pepa. A Salt With A Deadly Pepa Album. A Salt With A Deadly Pepa. Veröffentlicht am 1988.
A Salt With a Deadly Pepa (1988). Album by Salt-N-Pepa. Get Up Everybody (Get Up). sampled. All Your Goodies Are Gone by Parliament (1974). Shakuhachi by E-mu Systems (1984). Up for the Down Stroke by Parliament (1974). see 8 more connections. Shake Your Thang by Salt-N-Pepa feat.