| July 9, 1991|
9 July 1991
Hip hop music
| DJ Wax Dawg, "Juice" The Electric Wire, Tonya Davis, Kellan Fluckiger, Manny Lehman, Mark Mazzetti|
CeCe Peniston, Overweight Pooch
CeCe Peniston albums, Hip hop music albums
US, 75021 5349 (LP, CD, MC)
Germany, 395 349 (CD)
Female Preacher is the debut, and to date the only album recorded by Tonya Davis, a US rapper better known as Overweight Pooch, which was released in 1991 on A&M Records. Though, the record indicated that Pooch had some potential, her album didn't go far commercially.
Three songs were issued on single including a promo release, "Hip House Party", initially also promoted on Jam Harder: The A&M Underground Dance Compilation in 1990. The compilation scored at number sixty-three on the U.S. R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and at number one-hundred-thirty-one on the Top 200 Billboard Albums. "Ace Is a Spade", originally titled as "Ace a Spade", contained samples of "New Day" and the James Brown's hit "Soul Power" The final single from the set "I Like It", it featured background vocals by CeCe Peniston who also contributed to the set with additioanal two tracks that she also co-wrote; "Kickin' Da Blues" and "Female Preacher". The single itself reached number sixteen in the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance/Music Club Play chart, and peaked at number fifty-eight on the UK Singles Chart in January 1992.
1Feelin' Good4:48Female Preacher Wikipedia
2Ace Is a Spade3:45