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All Hail the Queen

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Download links and information about All Hail the Queen by Queen Latifah. This album was released in 1989 and it belongs to Electronica, House, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:03:42 minutes.

Artist: Queen Latifah
Release date: 1989
Genre: Electronica, House, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:03:42
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Dance for Me 3:46
2. Mama Gave Birth to the Soul Children (featuring Unknown) 4:29
3. Come Into My House 4:18
4. Latifah's Law 3:53
5. Wrath of My Madness 4:17
6. The Pros 5:47
7. Ladies First (featuring Monie Love) 3:58
8. A King and Queen Creation 3:39
9. Queen of Royal Badness 3:29
10. Evil That Men Do 4:07
11. Princess of the Possee 3:54
12. Inside Out 4:16
13. Dance for Me (Ultimatum Remix) 4:09
14. Wrath of My Madness (Soulshock Remix) 5:34
15. Princess of the Possee (DJ Mark Remix) 4:06

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Before she earned an Academy Award nomination for her role in the movie Chicago, Queen Latifah repped for hip-hop, women, and Afrocentricity on 1989's All Hail the Queen. The album reflects the mood of the late '80s-budding African-American awareness, and a melding of influence (from reggae to hip-hop to R&B to house), spliced together with the camaraderie of fellow Native Tongues members. "Mama Gave Birth to the Soul Children" features De La Soul and the Jungle Brothers getting wrecked on a track. "Wrath of My Madness," "Princess of the Posse," "Queen of Royal Badness," and "The Pros" are all ample reminders that even before Dana Owens hit the Oscars, she walked on a red carpet. All Hail the Queen stands as her crowning moment.