Supersonic is the debut full-length studio album by American hip-hop group J. J. Fad. It was released on June 15, 1988 via Ruthless Records with executive production by Eazy-E. The album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America on September 30, 1988. Supersonic" was the band's biggest pop hit and was ranked in VH1's 2009 special "100 Greatest One-Hit Wonders of the '80s".
Fad and we're here to rock Rhymes like ours could never be stopped See, there's three of us and I know we're fresh Party rockers, non-stoppers, and our es are def See, the "J" is for "just" The other for "jammin'" The "F" is for "fresh".
Pressed by Specialty as identified by the "-SP" suffix on the matrix numbers printed on the center labels. Produced and Co-produced for High Powered Productions. Recorded at Audio Achievements, Inc. Mastered at Bernie Grundman.
J. Fad was the first female rap group to earn a Grammy nomination, and both the single "Supersonic" and the album Supersonic were certified gold. The group believes the single sold a million copies in the . The 2015 biopic film Straight Outta Compton left out the story of J. Fad and how some in the media felt the group was responsible for "forging a path for the breakout success of .
There unfortunately aren't any lost gems here on Supersonic that rival the magnificence of the title track, but there's a great cut-up instrumental remix ("Eeenie Meenie Beats") along with some impressive rhyming and plenty of amazing electro-rap beats. If you can overlook these moments, or better yet skip over them, there's a bounty of old-school delights here, not to mention the party-starting.
Supersonic" is a 1988 single by . Fad from their self-titled debut album. It reached on the Billboard Hot Dance/Club Play Songs and on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart. Supersonic" stayed on the dance charts for eight weeks The song as been sampled by others in the music industry like Fergie in her song, "Fergalicious," including parts of the beat and ways.
Supersonic The Album. Style: rap. Album year: 2005. Fad - Eeenie Meenie Beats 02:54. Fad - Let's Get Hyped 03:41. Fad - Time Tah Get Stupid 01:54. Fad - Blame It On The Muzick 03:47.
Written-By – D. Birks*, F. Shaweed*, J. Lee*
|A3||Blame It On The Muzick||3:47|
|A4||In The Mix
Written-By – M. Franklin*
|A5||Eenie Meenie Beats
Written-By – D. Birks*
|B1||My Dope Intro
Written-By – M.C. Ren*
|B2||Let's Get Hyped||3:41|
|B4||Time Tah Get Stupid||1:55|
|B5||Is It Love
Written-By – M. Franklin*
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