Salt-N-Pepa Music Video DVD An exclusive, compilation of original videos.
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2 Push It
3 Shake Your Thang - Salt-N-Pepa Ft. E.U.
4 Get Up Everybody (Get Up)
5 Twist & Shout
7 Expression (Remix)MTV
9 Do You Want Me
10 Let's Talk About Sex
11 Let's Talk About Aids
12 You Showed Me
13 Backyard (Radio Edit) - Pebbles Ft. Salt-N-Pepa
14 Start Me Up
15 Start Me Up (Stay Tuned)
17 Whatta Man - Salt N Pepa Ft En Vogue (Ver1)
18 Whatta Man - Salt N Pepa Ft En Vogue (Ver2)
19 Heaven 'n Hell
20 None Of Your Business
21 Ain't Nuthin' But A She Thing
23 R U Ready - Salt-N-Pepa ft. Rufus Moore
24 Gitty Up
25 Imagine - Salt N Pepa ft Sheryl Crow
26 Push It! (Remix) - Lotus, SPYZR & Salt-N-Pepa (K.TV)
Salt-N-Pepa - Concert, Woodstock 94
0:00:00 - Push It
0:05:32 - Tramp
0:07:45 - No One Does It Better
0:10:13 - Male Submission Sketch
0:14:28 - Independent
0:17:32 - Whatta Man
0:28:02 - Spinderella Medley
0:30:45 - Groove Me
0:33:03 - Let's Talk About Sex
0:34:52 - Express Yourself
0:36:38 - P-Funk
0:38:14 - Shoop Shoop
0:2:29:00 DVD runtime
NOTES: All videos have been optimised with lossless widening to full screen and rendered remastering conversion to HD, however the quality of the videos remains VHS.
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By the late '80s, hip-hop was on its way to becoming a male-dominated art form, which is what made the emergence of Salt-n-Pepa so significant. As the first all-female rap crew (even their DJs were women) of importance, the group broke down a number of doors for women in hip-hop. They were also one of the first rap artists to cross over into the pop mainstream, laying the groundwork for the music's widespread acceptance in the early '90s.
Salt-n-Pepa were more pop-oriented than many of their contemporaries, since their songs were primarily party and love anthems, driven by big beats and interlaced with vaguely pro-feminist lyrics that seemed more powerful when delivered by the charismatic and sexy trio. While songs like "Push It" and "Shake Your Thang" made the group appear to be a one-hit pop group during the late '80s, Salt-n-Pepa defied expectations and became one of the few hip-hop artists to develop a long-term career.