â€œVideo Music Box Special: Censorship? Rap Under Attackâ€ is a debate on rap music and censorship that was hosted by Ralph McDaniels The participants are: Reverend Calvin Butts, pastor of the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem; Cynthia Horner, editor of Right On! Magazine; Coral Aubert, Youth Educator; and rap artist Ice-T.
African Queens is the single from the fourth studio album of the same name by African American female vocal trio The Ritchie Family, released in 1977.
African Queens peaked at No. 1 on the Disco Action Top 30 chart which later became known as the Dance Charts in the U.S.
The Ritchie Family formed of three singers of Cassandra Ann Wooten, Gwendolyn Oliver and Cheryl Mason Jacks. Cassandra Ann Wooten would mostly be the lead vocalist on the first era of Ritchie Family records. The group originally from america was mostly active in Europe.
Mother's Finest is an American rock band founded in Atlanta, Georgia, by the vocal duo of Joyce "Baby Jean" Kennedy and Glenn "Doc" Murdock. By 1978 they became one of the hottest rock bands to tour the circuit which was captured in this live performance in germany Rockplast event in 1978.