Black Reign

Black Reign

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by Queen Latifah
     
 

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Black Reign marked Latifah's move to Motown, and was also a return to the tough-talking, lyrically frank, frequently controversial material that established her as arguably the finest female rapper. "Coochie Bang" and "Weekend Love" were harsh and explicit attacks on would-be hit-and-run lovers, while "Just Another Day" and "I Can't

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Black Reign marked Latifah's move to Motown, and was also a return to the tough-talking, lyrically frank, frequently controversial material that established her as arguably the finest female rapper. "Coochie Bang" and "Weekend Love" were harsh and explicit attacks on would-be hit-and-run lovers, while "Just Another Day" and "I Can't Understand" examined the continuing inequities plaguing inner-city youth, and "Superstar" took a pointedly unglamorous view of her situation and the perils of hip-hop supremacy.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/16/1993
Label:
Polygram Uk
UPC:
0737463637022
catalogNumber:
636370
Rank:
45586

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Queen Latifah   Primary Artist,Vocals
Tony Rebel   Vocals
Kevin Batchelor   Trumpet
Gordon Chambers   Piano
Kim Clark   Bass
Kendu Dickens   Drums
Clark Gayton   Trombone
KRS-One   Vocals
Treach   Vocals
Heavy D   Vocals

Technical Credits

Rudy Ray Moore   Liner Notes
Kevin Batchelor   Arranger,Horn Arrangements
Gordon Chambers   Arranger
Jonathan Clark   Art Direction
Kim Clark   Arranger
Patrick Dillett   Engineer
Tony Dofat   Producer
Clark Gayton   Horn Arrangements
Queen Latifah   Arranger,Producer
Michael Maserati   Engineer
Tony Maserati   Engineer
Mufi   Producer
Angela Piva   Engineer
Sid   Producer
Shauna Woods   Graphic Design
Kay Gee   Producer
Sid   Producer
Ron Allarire   Engineer

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Black Reign 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Queen Latifah did her thing on this CD. My favorite song on this is "U.N.I.T.Y" because of her message about how to greet and treat a woman.