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Fade To Black - L.A. Star - Poetess


1990
Label: Profile Records - PRO-1290-DJ • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop •
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Star debut on the "B-girls live and kickin it! Gear" her ode to the shoe and "Write that rhyme" which was a Salt N'Pepa diss I love your new layout so much. It's pure glamour. And LA Star sounds amazing. LOVE this album! Please Fade To Black - L.A. Star - Poetess them! Post a Comment. Copyright milk carton pop stars All rights reserved.

Powered by Blogger. Home About Contact. Search for:. Monday, March 22, L. I honestly don't remember L. Star from back in the day. Which shocks me, as I was and always have been all about female MC's. Not only did I find myself rooting for her daughter, but I couldn't help but remembering how excited judge MC Serch was when he found out who her mom was. It wasn't until last year that I was at a used CD store remember those?

Star's lone album Poetess in a clearance bin did I take the Blue Christmas - Gary Hoey - Ho! Ho! Hoey so to say. What I found was an album that I could not stop listening to. What little info I could find was that her real name is Lisa Ali. Her one and only album was released on Profile Records in entitled Poetess.

I had no luck finding Fade To Black - L.A. Star - Poetess chart info on the album or its singles. In the UK the single N. Posse was also released. Again no chart info can be found for any of these releases. Dear readers let me know of any info you might have to help fill in the blanks. As for what's become of Ms Star and why she quit the rap game, that's where I'm hoping you guys can be of help. If I recall correctly, when her daughter was on Miss Rap Supreme she mentioned her mother being disalusioned with the music industry, thus resulting in her only releasing one album.

Sad because she was a great MC. I leave you with two videos I could find. Posted by bomitoni at AM. Labels: 90sL. StarMissing. Newer Post Older Post Home. My Blog List. Chart Rigger. Lost Pop Treasures.

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  1. Fade To Black testo canzone cantato da L.A. Star: [VERSE 1] Ya ever wonder about the future? Schemin and dreamin for a power booster I'm.
  2. Apr 03,  · Star claimed N.W.A. as a main influence, but in fact, Poetess is far from gangsta rap. While "Wondrous Dream," "Fade to Black," "Once Upon a Time" and other songs on the CD paint a troubling picture of urban life, Star has a lot more in common with MC Lyte than the gangsta rappers of the West Coast. Although decent, Poetess wasn't a big muborzulkishurazolozuru.infoinfoed on: April 03,
  3. Fade to Black Lyrics: Ya ever wonder about the future? / Schemin and dreamin for a power booster / I'm a female, and you can see in my eyes / Tears I cry as the next man lies / There's a remedy for a.
  4. Get all the lyrics to songs by L.A. Star and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  5. Mar 08,  · I honestly don't remember L.A. Star from back in the day. Which shocks me, as I was and always have been all about female MC's. I became intrigued by her after seeing her daughter, Rece Steele, compete on VH1's reality competition Miss Rap muborzulkishurazolozuru.infoinfo only did I find myself rooting for her daughter, but I couldn't help but remembering how excited judge MC Serch was when he .
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about L.A. Star - Poetess at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your L.A. Star collection/5(25).
  7. While "Wondrous Dream," "Fade to Black," "Once Upon a Time" and other songs on the CD paint a troubling picture of urban life, Star has a lot more in common with MC Lyte than the gangsta rappers of the West Coast. Although decent, Poetess wasn't a big seller. And as much potential as Star showed on this album, she never recorded a follow-up.9/

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