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Shake It (Do The 61st) Vocal

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  1. Upon closer listening, the track reminds me a lot of Maurice* - This Is Acid (A New Dance Craze) and includes a reference to a jamming club song from Miami; Anquette - Ghetto Style, namely the track Shake It (Do The 61st) - "hold up, wait a minute " I wonder if the resemblance to Maurice's jamming acid track has ever been made.
  2. Anquette is an American contemporary R&B group from Miami, Florida, U.S. They debuted with her answer version of the 2 Live Crew's "Throw the D", titled "Throw the P". Anquette's debut LP Respect featured a version of Aretha Franklin's "Respect" as well as "I Will Always Be There for You", which peaked at #76 on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles and Tracks chart in .
  3. Ghetto Style (Vocal) 2 Ghetto Style (Remixx Instrumental) 3 Shake It (Do the 61st Instrumental) 3 Songs, 10 Minutes Released: Dec 1, ℗ Lil' Joe Records, Inc. Also Available in iTunes More By Anquette See All. Respect Throw the P - Miami - Remastered - EP.
  4. Ghetto Style / Shake It, a Single by Anquette. Released in on Luke Skyywalker (catalog no. GR; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Miami Bass, Southern Hip Hop.
  5. Shake It (Do the 61st) by Anquette () The Def Fresh Crew by Roxanne Shant é and Biz Markie ( Biz Is Goin' Off (12" Vocal Remix) () sampled The Def Fresh Crew by Roxanne Shant.
  6. 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards () See All Awards for This Year. Nominations. Best Pop Vocal Album. Shake It Off. Best Pop Solo Performance. Shake It Off. 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards () Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. You Belong With Me. Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals. Breathe. 50th Annual GRAMMY Awards ().
  7. LSB Produced by D. Hobbs Written by A. Allen & M. Ross Edits by Bob (King of the edits) Rosenberg MIAMI BASS HISTORY Find us on faceb.

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