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View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Roxanne Roxanne / The Real Roxanne on Discogs. Label: Streetwave - KHAN • Format: Vinyl 7 Roxanne* With UTFO - Roxanne Roxanne / The Real Roxanne (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(8).
The Roxanne Wars is a well-known series of hip hop rivalries during the mids, yielding perhaps the most answer records in history. The dispute arose over a failed appearance at a radio promotional show. There were two Roxannes in question, Roxanne Shanté and The Real Roxanne.
Roxanne with UTFO Select Select (label) Hip Hop (CD, LP) We realize that there are many different interpretations of the standard grades used for pre-owned vinyl record albums & CD, so we thought we'd offer you the ones that we are working with, so you have an idea what we mean when we give the grade for a non-new item on our pages.
Jan 07, · Like so many other female rappers in , Adelaida/Joanne? Martinez adopted the name Roxanne and set about to answer UTFO’s smash single “Roxanne, Roxanne.” The Real Roxanne as she was known is usually considered near the top of that very crowded group of women. Her main competition came, of course, from Roxanne Shante.
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About The Real Roxanne. One of the few Old School female emcees, NYC's the Real Roxanne began her career as one of the many ladies responding to UTFO's classic "Roxanne, Roxanne." She, along with Roxanne Shante, engaged in a dis war on wax, each proclaiming to be THE Roxanne.
Dec 17, · The Real Roxanne. The Real Roxanne (born Adelaida Martinez on July 15, in Brooklyn, New York) was a female hip-hop rapper/emcee from the '80s. During the '80s, she was a part of the Roxanne Wars (which were a series of answer records inspired by rap group UTFO's hit song, "Roxanne, Roxanne.").