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Sah-B

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Hip Hop Name:   Sah-B
Born/Raised:   Newark, NJ (Brick City) / East Orange, NJ (Illtown)
Inspiration:   Roxanne Shante, Salt-n-Pepa, Sparky D and Mc Lyte 
Tool of Choice:   Pen, paper, microphone, and bookbag 
Style defined:   Pivot queen, writer, author, emcee 
Artreprenuer:   Success Above Hurt; B-Gyrlz Unheard; Born Hustlers Entertainment
 
Hip Hop Attribute:   Deisel Don’s rap crew, the Revolutionary Posse of Terrace, which included her cousin Jam C, DoitAll Du, from the Lords of the Underground (LOTUG), Redman, The Governor, Bree da Beggar and Vita V.
 
Labels:   Reprise Warner Bros. 1994

A moment in the movement:   Participated in the Star Ledger’s “A Great Day in Newark” a photo shoot collective of New Jersey hip hop artists (2000); Sah-B made history along with LOTUG for being the first American group to perform in Luanda, Angola in Africa (2002)
Tour dates (the United States and Europe)
2002 LOTUG Luanda, Angola, Africa
European Tour - Frankfurt, Cologne, Wuppertal, Hamburg, Berlin, Munster, Nurnberg, Prague, Munich, Stuttgart, Freiburg, Zurich and Paris. October 2001
 
Festivals: 
Lincoln Park Hip Hop festival in Newark (Summer 2014)

Features: 
Lords of the Underground “Off the Top” with Marley Marl (Lord’s 20th Anniversary Album - 2013)
Lords of the Underground w/ De’ 1 “Flow On (New Symphony) Here Come the Lords (Pendulum Record-1993) 
De’1 w/ Lords of the Underground “Da Underground Sound” (Reprise Records-1993) Lords of the Underground w/ De’ 1 “Flow On (New Symphony) (Pete Rock Remix/Rumblin Remix)” Pendulum Records-1994) 
Lords of the Underground “No Pain” Keepers of the Funk (Pendulum Records-1994) Systahood “M.O. Money” (True Records-1997) 
Uncle Sam “Can You Feel it (Remix)” Epic Records-1997) 
Brownstone “Kiss and Tell (Remix)” (MJJ Records-1997 
Lords of the Underground “Hennessey: Pt.2" Resurrection (Jersey Kidz-1999) 
Blackwatuz “Da’ Kitchen” (Cipher Records/Echo International-1999) 


Albums: 
Some Ol’ Sah-B Sh_t
Unreleased
3 Minute blunts EP: Andre Johnson Project 
Why We Swing (Magic Dragon Radio Mix) 
Why we Swing (TP’s R&B Radio Mix) 
(K7 Records-1998)
 
Singles: 
Summa Day  
Some Ol’ Sah-B Sh_t 
Reprise Records -1994) 
 
The Freestyle: 
The Freestyle 
Let Me Know 
Tonight 
(Born Hustlers Ent.-1998) 
Whut That Be About 
Whut That Be About (Born Hustlers Ent-2001)
 
Public relations:
Rap Pages Magazine 
 
Television appearances
w/ Marley Marl BET interviewed by Linda Woode. 
Video Music Box w/ Ralph McDaniel
 
Internet appearances
H3B Radio, interview with host DJ Cool V and co-hosts, DJ Twista, Kandi Kain and Dre