The Bitch Is Back (Roxanne Shanté album)

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The Bitch is Back
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Studio album by Roxanne Shanté
Released October 6, 1992
Recorded 1991–1992
Genre Hip hop
Dirty rap
Label Livin' Large/Tommy Boy/Warner Bros. Records
03001
Producer Kool G Rap
Grand Daddy IU
Large Professor
Mister Cee
Trackmasters
Grandmaster Flash
Roxanne Shanté chronology
Bad Sister
(1989)
The Bitch is Back
(1992)
Greatest Hits
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link

The Bitch Is Back is the second and final album released by rapper Roxanne Shanté. It was released on October 5, 1992, on Cold Chillin' Records sub-label Livin' Large, was distributed by Tommy Boy/Warner Bros. Records, and featured production by Kool G Rap, Grand Daddy IU, Large Professor, Mister Cee, Trackmasters, and Grandmaster Flash.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro" (Produced By Mister Cee)
  2. "Deadly Rhymes" - (Featuring Kool G Rap) (Produced By Kool G Rap, Large Professor)
  3. "Big Mama" (Produced By Grand Daddy I.U., Kay Cee)
  4. "Trick or Treat" (Produced By Kool G Rap)
  5. "Gotta be Free" (Produced By Grandmaster Flash)
  6. "Dance to This" (Produced By Grand Daddy I.U., Kay Cee)
  7. "Yes, Yes, Y'all" (Produced By Mister Cee)
  8. "Straight Razor" (Produced By Trackmasters)
  9. "Shanté Gets Wicked" (Produced By Mister Cee)
  10. "Brothers Ain't Shit" (Produced By Kool G Rap, Large Professor)