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Salt-N-Pepa: Femme Fatales

Interview by Frank Owen, Melody Maker, January 1987

If you thought rap was misogyny central, listen up. SALT-N-PEPA are bitchin' back on behalf of the gals. Frank Owen gets an earful. ...

Salt 'n' Pepa: Cool, Hot & Vicious (Next Plateau)

Review by Carol Cooper, Village Voice, The, January 1987

I DON'T KNOW about you but I've been waiting quite a while for a girl rap group to duplicate the success of platinum playboys like ...

Salt 'n' Pepa: Look Ma Top Of The World

Profile and Interview by Simon Reynolds, Melody Maker, March 1988

SALT 'N' PEPA WILL DO ANYTHING TO HAVE EVERYTHING. WITH THEIR NEW SINGLE, 'PUSH IT', ACCELERATING UP THE AMERICAN CHARTS IT LOOKS AS THOUGH THEIR ...

Salt 'N' Pepa: Cookie Cruets

Profile and Interview by John McCready, New Musical Express, April 1988

Rap moves fast. Blink and you'll miss a ship-full of 12-inch singles each one pointing in a dozen new directions. With almost ten years or ...

Sat 'N' Pepa: The Showstoppers

Interview by Ian Gittins, Melody Maker, November 1988

'To Know Us Is To Love Us' claim Salt 'n' Pepa, one of rap's most unlikely success stories, whose A Salt With A Deadly Pepa ...

Salt 'N' Pepa

Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, May 1992

Salt is a member of New York rap act Salt 'N' Pepa, makers of hits such as 'Push It' and 'Let's Talk About Sex'. Of ...

Salt-N-Pepa: Too Live Cruet

Interview by Gavin Martin, New Musical Express, December 1993

From girls to women, SALT-N-PEPA have moved on from their Svengali-led days to create their own agenda of single motherhood, sex and answering back to ...

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