Nasty Lady 12"


€ 7,90
  • 1. Nasty Lady
  • 2. Underground (Street Version)
  • 3. Nasty Lady (Dub Mix)

Electro-hiphop single from pioneering trio Whodini.

Whodini was formed in 1982 out of Brooklyn, New York. They consisted of vocalist and main lyricist Jalil Hutchins, co-vocalist John Fletcher a.k.a. Ecstasy (who wore a Zorro-style hat as his trademark) and turntablist DJ Drew Carter a.k.a. Grandmaster Dee.
Coming out of the fertile New York rap scene of the early 1980s, Whodini was one of the first rap groups to add a R&B twist to their music.
The group made its name with good-humored songs such as "Magic's Wand" (the first rap song accompanied by a video), "The Haunted House of Rock", "Friends", "Five Minutes of Funk", and "Freaks Come Out at Night". Live performances of the group were the first rap concerts with the participation of breakdance dancers from the group UTFO. Russell Simmons was the manager of the group in the 1980s. The group released six studio albums.

This German pressing from 1984 comes with picture sleeve and is in very good condition.

  • Condition: VG+ (Vinyl) / VG (Cover)
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