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Salt 'N' Pepa - Push It / Tramp album flac


Performer: Salt 'N' Pepa
Genre: Hip hop & Rap
Title: Push It / Tramp
Released: 1987
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Tramp - album version. Push ItInstrumental Version.

Push It" is a song by the group Salt-n-Pepa. It was released as the B-side of the "Tramp" single in 1987, and as its own single in 1988. It peaked at number 19 on the Billboard Hot 100 in early 1988 and, after initially peaking at number 41 in the UK, it re-entered the charts after the group performed the track at Nelson Mandela's 70th birthday concert, eventually peaking at number two that summer. The song has also been certified Platinum by the RIAA.

When released as a single in late 1987, "Tramp"-a song from Salt 'N' Pepa's 1986 album Hot, Cool & Vicious-was given a new remix and was paired with a risqué new jam, "Push It" as a B-side.

Salt-N-Pepa Tramp скачать и слушать. Champagne (Album Version).

Salt-N-Pepa (also stylized as Salt 'N' Pepa or Salt 'N Pepa) is an American hip-hop girl group formed in 1985. Group members included Salt (Cheryl James), Pepa (Sandra Denton), and DJ Spinderella (Deidra Roper). They were signed to Next Plateau Records and released their single "Push It" on March 8, 1987, which hit number one in three countries and became a Top Ten or Top Twenty hit in various other countries.

Though Salt-N-Pepa are well known for their feministic lyrics, Cheryl James (Salt) considered the song a step back on these principles. In a 2011 interview with Digging a Hole, James said, "There were times when I felt like we were just doing what was expected of us when we should have been expressing ourselves. The song has been remixed and sampled frequently. This was originally released as the B-side of Salt-N-Pepa's fifth single, a 12" release of "Tramp" in 1987. Salt-N-Pepa hated this song, as they thought it undermined their rap credibility and didn't have any lyrical direction they could support. They didn't think much of it though, as it was considered just a throwaway cut.

It was an underground hit and Salt-N-Pepa signed to Next Plateau.