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“Cha-Licious” is the one and only studio album by the female rap duo Menajahtwa, consisting of Spice and Royal-T, who hail from Compton, California. Released on August 23, 1994, by Ruthless Records, the album features a mix of gangsta rap and West Coast hip-hop styles.
The album contains 16 tracks, opening with “Breaka” and followed by the title track “Cha-Licious.” “Neva Krepp” features co-production by Don “D-Dawg” Spratley. “Just Tha Bitch N Me” includes a guest appearance by Leicy Loc, while “Kuz Itz Like Dat” features Gangsta Dresta and production by DJ U-Neek. “La La La” has backing vocals by Traci Nelson and production by Rhythm D.
“Do What Chu Gotta Do” is followed by a short “Break” before the album continues with “Back 2 Da OG,” featuring legendary rapper Eazy-E. “I Aint Nasti” is produced by Rhythm D, and “Giv Tha Azz 2 No 1” includes saxophone by George Shelby. “Kickin Azz” features B.G. Knocc Out, while “Kumin Attrackshun” once again sees co-production by Don “D-Dawg” Spratley. The album wraps up with “Kruz Wit Me,” “Da Laz Zhit” featuring Gangsta Dresta, and the “Outro.”
The album was executive-produced by Antoine “Yella” Carraby and Eric “Eazy-E” Wright, with Yella also contributing as the main producer. The album was recorded and mixed by Donovan “Tha Dirt Biker” Sound and mastered by Brian “Big Bass” Gardner.
“Cha-Licious” showcases the talents of Menajahtwa, highlighting their strong presence in the male-dominated world of ’90s hip-hop with their unique style, powerful lyrics, and captivating beats.
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