The Conscious Daughters, who emerged within the socially aware, Afrocentric milieu of early-’90s Bay Area hip-hop, were a lady rap duo from Oakland comprising Carla Green and Karryl Smith. Ultra-political, militant hip-hopper Paris championed the set in early stages and helmed their 1993 debut, Hearing to the road, producing and composing all the songs and (alongside engineer Eric Valentine) playing in it aswell. The styles echoed the “thug-life” sentiments of a lot of the Western Coast hip-hop at that time, having a distinctly women’s perspective (especially on songs such as for example “Princess of Poetry,” “Wife of the Gangsta,” and “Crazybitchmadness”). The Conscious Daughters following appeared on the coach Paris’ 1994 recording, Guerilla Funk, adding raps to songs such as for example “TAKE IT to Ya.” The duo finally fallen their sophomore work, Gamers, in 1996. The Daughters pitched in on creation these times, with help from such capable hands as Studio room Ton, Firmness Capone, and omnipresent ally Paris. Gamers presented a bunch of guest performers, included in this Nate Fox, Damage, Suga T, Mystic, Lil Kristen, Rose, Sandy Griffith (da Aged Skool), Saafir, Dad Dom, Cash B, and C-Funk (a lot of which cropped through to the final monitor, “All-Star Freestyle”).
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