Neneh Cherry – Inna City Mamma (12″)


From 1989 and remixed from the ground breaking and brilliant album “Raw Like Sushi.” Neneh Cherry mixes rap and soul into what is essentially today’s R&B but wha ground breaking for the time. Produced by The Dynamik Duo, Phil Chill and Booga Bear. (Phil Legg and Cameron McVey) The “Next Generation” also gets the assistance of a young DJ Mushroom ,(from Massive Attack) whilst American producer, Bryan “Chuck” New, has a hand in “So Here I Come” Four top tracks on this 12″. The main track samples Kool & The Gang’s “N.T.” and is much tighter sounding with a deeper bass than the album version. Other single “Kisses….” also gets a rework as well with more overdubs and genuine static (!) “The Next Generation” is off the album, quality hip hop about errrr looking after your babies. Finally , “So Here I Come” is more classic hip hop with the theme of school. Good to see she is back with a new album and hasn’t lost it.

NEW LINK 2016!!


A1 Inna City Mamma (Extended Version) (Completely Re-recorded) 6:28
A2 The Next Generation 5:10
B1 Kisses On The Wind (Lovers Hip-Hop Extended Version) 5:06
B2 So Here I Come

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