Californian Tairrie B. documented one hip-hop recording in 1990 by using N.W.A.’s Eazy-E and extra production the help of Schoolly D. Regardless of her book appearance and persona — Tairrie was a blonde hip-hop feminist in a position to meet up with males independently level while staying distinctly womanly — the record didn’t make a lot of a direct effect, and Tairrie B vanished from the picture.
|1||Her close friend Lynn Strait died in a car accident, the song 'Rockstar' is dedicated to him.|
|2||Used to rap with Eazy-E.|
|3||Heavy metal singer who started out as a rap artist.|
|Manhole: Kiss or Kill||1996||Video short as Tairrie B.|
|Erotique||1994||Slave #2 (segment "Let's Talk About Love") (as Tairrie B.)|
|The Devil's Muse||2007||special thanks - as Tairrie B.|
|Manhole: Kiss or Kill||1996||Video short||Herself|
|The Word||1990||TV Series||Herself|
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