Artists-The Conscious Daughters Album-Ear To The Street Release Date-November 30, 1993 Label-Scarface Records/Priority Records Here we have The Conscious.
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The Conscious Daughters (TCD) were an American female hip hop duo from the Bay Area, California, United States, consisting of Carla "CMG" Green and Karryl "Special One" Smith. The duo signed in 1993 to Paris's record label, Scarface Records, after passing him a demo tape at a club. He released their first studio album, Ear to the Street.
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The Conscious Daughters are undisputedly one of the most prominent female rap duos in music. Most known as the Bay Area’s hottest female group, the Daughters (CMG & Special One) have sold over 700,000 records worldwide. With three singles and three videos from that project, The Conscious Daughters had finally gained national recognition.
The Conscious Daughters was a female hip hop duo from East Oakland, California. First formed in 1985 when the members werein high school, TheConscious Daughters got their first break in 1991 after running into hip hop icon Paris at a party, and afterhe listened to one of their demos, the duowere signed to Paris's label Scarface Records, and released their first album, "Ear tothe Street", in November of 1993. The album proved to be amodest hit, and the duo released one more album in 1996,"Gamers", before disbanding by 2001.
An obscure female rap duo from East Oakland, the Conscious Daughters were among the acts that the militant socio-political rapper Paris signed to his Scarface label, which was being distributed by Priority when Ear to the Street came out in 1993. Although produced by Paris, the CD falls short of the excellence of Paris' own albums. But it's a generally decent, if uneven, hardcore rap effort, and like Paris, the Conscious Daughters have a lot on their minds. The album's most memorable songs are also its most socio-political.
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Performer: The Conscious Daughters
Title: Trust Me
Date of release: 2002
Genre: Hip-hop and Rap
Size MP3: 1246 mb
Size FLAC: 1616 mb
Rating: 4.6 / 5
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