Salt 'N' Pepa - Push It mp3 album
Title: Push It
Style: Pop Rap
Date of release: 1988
Size MP3: 1178 mb
Size FLAC: 1730 mb
Format: MP3 VOX TTA VQF VOX MP1 XM
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.
Push It. A Salt With a Deadly Pepa. Altri album di Salt-N-Pepa. 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best of Salt-N-Pepa. Push It. The Best Of. The Brick Track Versus Gitty Up. Salt-N-Pepa. Produced by Hurby Luv Bug. Album Hot, Cool and Vicious. Salt and Pepa's here, and we're in effect Want you to push it, babe Coolin' by day then at night working up a sweat C'mon girls, let's go show the guys that we know How to become number one in a hot party show Now push it. Ah, push it - push it good Ah, push it - push it real good Ah, push it - push it good Ah, push it - p-push it real good. Written by friend/record production student Hurby Luv Bug, the song was originally not included on SNP’s debut album Hot, Cool and Vicious, but instead added at the last minute as the B-side of that album’s single Tramp in 1987 after being recorded in their producer’s bathroom. The ‘Mixx-it’ remix of Push It by DJ Cameron Paul featured on the flipside of the Tramp 7" single became an unexpected nationwide hit, sending its A-side up the R&B Chart to in the fall of ‘87.
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 version of "Push It" got it's own release late in 1987 and was added to subsequent copies of the group's first album Hot, Cool & Vicious, originally released in 1986. 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. Little did they know it would become their most popular song.
Salt n Pepa - Push It (1987). co/FromDuskToDub An incredible array of guests including Lil Wayne, Royce da 5’9 (Eminem’s partner in Bad Meets Evil), Styles P, Kurupt, Jadakiss, Pusha. Artist: Salt-N-Pepa. Album: Body By Jake: 80s Flashback Dance Fitness (BPM 100-164), 2012. Has been played on. Germany 1804.
Push It is a song by Salt-n-Pepa. It was released as the B-side of the Tramp single in 1987, and as its own single in 1988. Push It was nominated for a Grammy Award, and the strength of that single catapulted the reissued Hot, Cool and Vicious album to platinum sales in the US with one million sold, making Salt-n-Pepa the first female rap act (group or solo) to go gold or platinum. The album ultimately sold . million copies worldwide. The song quotes a line from You Really Got Me by The Kinks, with the word girl replaced with boy : Boy, you really got me goin’/You got me so I don’t know what I’m doin’.