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Its Da Fad - J.J. Fad - Not Just A Fad (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Badal
    ‎Juana Burns (MC JB), Juanita Lee (Crazy J), Fatima Shaheed (OG Rocker), Anna Cash (Lady Anna), and Dania Birks (Baby-D) formed J.J. Fad -- the group's name an acronym made of the first letter from each member's first name -- in Rialto, California, just under 60 miles east of Los Angeles. In , tw. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
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  2. Visho
    Not Just a Fad is the second studio album by American female rap group J.J. Fad. It was released on December 7, via Ruthless Records and spawned three singles: "We in the House", "Gold", and "Be Good ta Me". Neither the album nor the singles registered on any major music chart. The group disbanded in , making this their final album.
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  3. Netaur
    Find J.J. Fad discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.
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  4. Zucage
    Jul 07,  · A couple months back, Ken Pohlmann asked whether the renaissance of vinyl records is “just a hipster fad” or a "long-term business opportunity." And just the other day Noel “Paul” Stookey of the ’60s folk trio Peter, Paul and Mary called the resurgence in LPs a fad in an interview with the trade publication CE Pro.
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  5. Tajora
    the last we heard from jj fad this was'nt a bad cd but good and dr. dre's production is top notch asd usual and you miss the old days of rap get this along with compton's most wanted, rodney o and joe cooley, and l trimm hell even sir mix a lot b4 he started making booty tiunes/5(6).
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  6. Moogular
    On their second album, Not Just A Fad determined not to wind up as one-hit wonders, they rap furious but friendly over backing tracks ranging from heavy metal to house music. The trio’s rhyme.
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  7. Zulukus
    Juana Burns (MC JB), Juanita Lee (Crazy J), Fatima Shaheed (OG Rocker), Anna Cash (Lady Anna), and Dania Birks (Baby-D) formed J.J. Fad -- the group's name an acronym made of the first letter from each member's first name -- in Rialto, California, just under 60 miles east of Los Angeles. In , two years after the quintet came together, they debuted with an Arabian Prince-produced 12" single.
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