Not to end up being confused with Ice-T or Glaciers Cube, Glaciers Cream Tee was an obscure woman rapper who arrived from the Philadelphia rap picture from the 1980s. The MC was created and elevated in Philly, where she fulfilled DJ Jazzy Jeff & the new Prince before they truly became popular. In 1987, they presented Snow Cream prominently on “Men Ain’t Only Problems,” the sequel with their strike “Women Ain’t Only Trouble.” Snow Cream quickly pursued a single profession, and in the past due ’80s, she had been managed by Woman B — a DJ and ex-rapper who was simply known on her behalf display on Philly’s metropolitan contemporary train station Power 99 FM and got, in 1979, documented the solitary “Towards the Defeat, Y’all” for Tec Information, later on reissued by Sugarhill. Lady B, actually, was the 1st feminine rapper to record like a single artist. Snow Cream had been managed by Woman B when, in 1989, she documented her first single album, Can’t RESTRAIN, for Strong Town. As opposed to the lighthearted pop leanings of “Men Ain’t Only Problems,” Can’t RESTRAIN was a tougher, harder, even more aggressive effort such as MC Lyte, Roxanne Shanté, and Queen Latifah. Can’t RESTRAIN wasn’t a large vendor nationally, and Snow Cream never documented a second recording.