Yo-Yo – Black Pearl (1992) | Rap & hip hop

Yo-Yo – Black Pearl (1992) | Rap & hip hop

Name: Yo-Yo – Black Pearl
Year: 1992
Label: Thump Records
Featuring: Slow Pain, Latino Velvet Frost, Cisco, Roger Troutman, Smoke Serrano From L.A.C., MC Blvd, Baby Beesh, South Park Mexican, Grimm and others
Producers: DJ Pooh, Bobcat, Rashad & Sir Jinx
Format: mp3 | 320 kbps
Duration: 01:06:13
Size: 153 Mb


1.The No ( Intro )
2.Home Girl Dont Play Dat
3.So Funky
4.Black Pearl feat. Big Bubba
6.Its A Long Way Home
7.You Should Have Listened
8.Woman To Woman
10.I Cant Take No More
11.Few Good Men
12 Will You Be Mine

Review about Albumm "Yo-Yo – Black Pearl (1992)"

While rap blends like P.M. Dawn (ambience rap) and Body Count (speed metal meets rap) make headlines, Los Angeles’ Yo Yo is busy making sense. Her musical style is updated old school — heavy syncopation, soul samples, stripped-down beats — adapted to lyrics that describe unpleasant realities without preaching or scaremongering. She confidently asserts herself throughout Black Pearl, praising a black female superhero (”Cleopatra”) and insisting (in ”Woman to Woman”) that the angry girl who phoned her after finding Yo Yo’s number in her boyfriend’s pocket confront her man instead. Later, she argues that sex-obsessed womanizers are nothing but ”Hoes,” and puts herself in the shoes of a pregnant, battered teen (”I Can’t Take It No More”). Her high, husky voice is sometimes hard to hear, and the record meanders at first, but Black Pearl is a much-needed reassertion of feminine dignity from the all-too-misogynistic West Coast rap scene.


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