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Cookie Crew

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Rhythm King Records: Hit Me With Your Rhythm Kings

Profile and Interview by James Brown, Sounds, 24 January 1987

Somehow, somewhere James Brown became a fast-chat, no-flab funker. And he did it with the help of Rhythm King, Britain's leading dance indie label. Since ...

The Cookie Crew: Bite This

Profile and Interview by Lucy O'Brien, New Musical Express, 11 April 1987

B-girls behave! THE COOKIE CREW call for unity on the homegrown hip-hop scene. LUCY O'BRIEN watches them clear the decks. ...

Schoolly D, Three Wise Men, Cookie Crew: Holloway & Royal Bedford College, Egham

Live Review by Mark Sinker, New Musical Express, 16 May 1987

COLT 45 ...

The Three Wise Men, Cookie Crew: Rhythm and Bruise

Interview by Caroline Sullivan, Melody Maker, 16 May 1987

SOMETHING IS STIRRING IN DEEPEST SOUTH LONDON IN THE SHAPE OF RHYTHM KING RECORD LABEL ARTISTS THE COOKIE CREW, WHO FORM THE FEMALE HIP-HOP ASSAULT ...

Schoolly D: University Of Essex, Colchester

Live Review by Jack Barron, Sounds, 30 May 1987

ANOTHER SATURDAY night. The Cookie Crew have already pushed sensuality into the cause of women MCs, Three Wise Men have re-freshed us with the politics ...

The Cookie Crew: Kooky Crew

Interview by Barbara Ellen, New Musical Express, 29 April 1989

South London's finest female rappers THE COOKIE CREW walk proud and talk tough, threatening such pillars of the Establishment as 'Fatch' and DLT in their ...

The Cookie Crew: Boardwalk, Manchester

Live Review by Paul Lester, Melody Maker, 27 May 1989

WITH TITLES like 'Black Is The Way', The Cookie Crew envince a compelling need to have their say, to disseminate informative missives on a whole ...

Cookie Crew: Some Cookies Don't Crumble

Interview by Sheryl Garratt, Guardian, The, 21 June 1989

British rap is taken seriously in the States largely due to the Cookie Crew. Sheryl Garratt found out why ...

Sisters Are Rapping It For Themselves

Report and Interview by Caroline Sullivan, Guardian, The, 16 January 1992

In the misogynistic world of rap, anybody who's not one of the boys is a whore or more genially a bitch. But even the female ...

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