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Roxanne Shante:: The Best of Cold Chillin' - Roxanne Shante:: LandSpeed Records Roxanne Shante:::: LandSpeed Records as reviewed by Matt Jost LandSpeed Records continues to make legendary recordings available to those interested in receiving hip-hop history lessons. After Master Ace, MC Shan, Biz Markie and Kool G Rap, it's the Juice Crew's leading lady (a self-proclaimed 'bad bitch' that only gets from her lyrical flows) who gets the best-of treatment. This is not Roxanne Shante's first retrospective, however. In 1995, Cold Chillin' Records released 'Greatest Hits', with a tracklisting very similar to the 2002 version.

In fact, 13 tracks are identical, with the only difference that 'The Best of Cold Chillin' - Roxanne Shante' contains four more tracks that predate her debut album. There's 'Def Fresh Crew', 'Bite This', 'Runaway' and 'The Payback', all rare recordings which albeit having surfaced on other compilations, have never met on the same release.

So far, so good. Unfortunately, the people in charge messed up severly when it came to correctly crediting the tracks. 'Def Fresh Crew' was most definitely NOT produced by TrakMasterz in '92. 'Bite This' was certainly NOT produced by Tony T in '92. 'Runaway' was NOT produced by Kool G Rap NOR was it released in 1990. 'The Payback' sounds nothing like '92 or involving production by the likes of Sir Jinx and TrakMasterz.

Neighbor did NOT produce the original versions of 'Have a Nice Day' and 'Go on Girl'. 'Dance to This' was NOT produced by Marley Marl but Grand Daddy IU. 'Knockin' Hiney' was NOT produced by Q.

Neighbor and 'Feelin' Kinda Horny' NOT by Marley Marl. It was the other way around. 'Brothers Ain't Shit' was produced by Kool G Rap & Large Professor, NOT by Marley Marl. 'Big Mama' was written and produced by Grand Daddy IU, NOT by Marley Marl. Mister Cee, NOT Kool G Rap, Large Professor & Anton did 'Yes Yes Y'all'. 'Straight Razor' was produced by TrakMasterz, NOT by Large Professor. 'Deadly Rhymes' was produced by Kool G Rap and Large Professor, Eric B.

Had nothing to do with it. Neither did he do 'Queen Pin' from 1995 (not 1990), that was done by Tony T. Provided my sources are legit, LandSpeed and whoever was responsible for compiling or manufacturing this album got exactly one credit right: the CJ Mackintosh remix of 'Live on Stage'. Big deal, the important thing is that the tracks are there, you might say. True, but since her only two albums, 1989's 'Bad Sister' and 1992's 'The Bitch Is Back', are rather hard to find, some young hip-hop enthusiasts who do care might never find out they were provided with false information. And say what you will, but getting facts like these straight should be a top priority for any retrospective. Here's why this release is still important: A handful may have come before her, hundreds after her, but to this day Roxanne Shante remains a symbol for what female MC's can achieve in the male-dominated rap world.

Tracing the life and times of Roxanne Shante means to go back to the very beginning of the new school era. At the tender age of 14, Lolita Shante Gooden, originally from Jamaica, Queens, initiated her career by going up against a group of grown guys.

When Brooklyn's UTFO released their hit 'Roxanne, Roxanne' in 1984, a song about three men unsuccessfully competing for 'stuck-up Roxanne', nobody would have imagined they would get dozens (someone tallied even over 100) of answer records. A substantial amount of those, however, were directed at Shante, who was single-handedly responsible for the Roxanne craze of 1985. Overhearing a conversation between the trio of Tryone Williams, Mister Magic and Marley Marl, who felt instrumental in breaking 'Roxanne, Roxanne' on the radio and were upset that UTFO hadn't shown up for a gig they had organized, the runaway with a talent for freestyling offered her services.

This entry was posted on 10/16/2017.