She showed us her wild side on "The Salt-n-Pepa Show," but now Pepa is getting serious about her search for love. As we reported on Friday, the Grammy-winning rapper and author is back on her reality-show-grind with "Let's Talk About Pep," which premieres tonight on VH1..she's bringing three of her girlfriends along for the ride. Pepa rang to give us a taste of what she'll be cooking up on her new show.
Next month sees Salt-N-Pepa's first UK performance in 15 years – at the high profile hip-hop festival Bloc Weekend in the unexpected setting of Butlins Minehead – and a new album on its way.The world they left behind could scarcely look more different. They are best known for the song “I Wanna Sex You Up.” Rapper Tone Loc is known for “Wild Thing” and “Funky Cold Medina.” His album “Loc-ed After Dark” was the second rap album to top the charts. Wednesday, with tickets available to the general public 10 a.m. Ticket prices, which range from -, include admission to the fair.Nineties rap megastars Salt-N-Pepa are playing their first UK show in over a decade.Dan Hancox explains why feisty female hip-hop performers from Lauryn Hill to Missy Elliot and Beyoncé are very much in their debt Ten years is an eternity in pop culture.
This is a truth that rings particularly loud in hip-hop – and when it comes to female rappers, the clangs are positively deafening.I was growing up in a time where you never heard about it. We had a show the other day and these two little girls came to my concert, and they had on that hat and the bodysuit and the earrings and the jacket. We were bold with our colors and tights and being very sexy and the assymmetrical hairstyle. Today, to still be involved, just looking at the numbers from ages 13 to 24, finding that they're still being diagnosed with the virus, is touching to me. What impact do you think Salt-N-Pepa has had on style? That was an accident that happened -- my hair got shaved off on one side. "I promised myself that if I ever had kids, I would be open with them," she says. The Washington State Fair will be welcoming Salt-N-Pepa, Vanilla Ice, Color Me Badd and Tone Loc on Sept. Headlining the tour is Salt-N-Pepa, the first female rappers to receive a Grammy Award, best known for their songs “Shoop” and “Push It.” The trio has four platinum albums on its resume. 1 single with “Ice Ice Baby,” and had what was once the fastest-selling rap album of all time, “To The Extreme.” R&B’s Color Me Badd had three top singles off their debut album, “C. They can be purchased at thefair.com, by calling 888-559-3247, or in person at the box office, 110 9th Ave. We'd go on the road, go to these restaurants and sometimes end up in the kitchen with the chef.