The Best of Sisters of Rap Import
1. Monster Jam With Spoonie Gee
2. Funk You Up
3. And You Know That
4. Simon Says
5. We Don't Rap The Rap
6. Funky Sound(Tear The Roof Off)
7. I Don't Need Your Love
8. Love Changes
9. Unaddressed Letter
10. Sequence Party
11. Fi-Ya Up That Funk
12. Funk That You Mothers
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"Old Skool" Ran-Dee
"The first ladies of Rap!"
2005年9月6日 - (Amazon.com)
Way back in 1979, I remember listening to a deff record called "Rapper's Reprise (Jam, Jam)" by the Sugar Hill Gang feat. a young trio of female MC's. These MC's were Angie B (better known much later as Angie Stone) Cherryl the Pearl and Blondie p.k.a. "Sequence". Although not as lyrically sharp as the top Bronx female MC's at the time (Sha-Rock, MC Queen Lisa-Lee, Mercedes Ladies, etc.) They would put out "Monster Jams" and a slew of memorable singles that would become Hip-Hop classics. From the fly joint "Monster Jam" (feat. Spoony G) to the crazy deff "Funk you up", "Sequence" will go down in Hip-Hop history as the first ladies of Rap music and the top female Rap artists on the seminal "Sugar Hill" label. These girls had some classic joints! Check it out!!
2015年3月9日 - (Amazon.com)
There's only 1 song worth listening to...
2013年5月10日 - (Amazon.com)
Unfortunately for this CD...the only song worth listening to is the actual radio version recording of "The Message!" The rest of this compilation ain't worth a hill of beans!
Why Are 'The Sequence' Kept A Secret?
2006年6月2日 - (Amazon.com)
When you hear about women in the beginning of hip-hop, you mostly hear about Salt-N-Pepper, MC Lyte, Roxanne Shaunte, and Queen Latifah. But you rarely hear about The Sequence, a female rap trio that came out in the late 70's/early 80's. I have never heard of this group myself until a few months ago when I was listening to the radio and heard "Funk You Up." It was my first time hearing this song, yet it was familiar because it has been sampled by various hip-hop artists. What I like about The Sequence is that they were having fun, combining their rap and vocal skills to create an entertaining medley of old school hip-hop and R&B. But without a doubt, "Funk You Up" has to be the best song on this CD. Hoolllaaa!
These were the First, First Ladies of Hip Hop!
2003年9月9日 - (Amazon.com)
This CD brings back memories of those YMCA parties in Jersey as a youngsta! Who ever thought Angie B would reinvent herself and become the great Angie Stone.