Tha Gata Negrra | Gata City

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Gata City

by Tha Gata Negrra

Imagine a Lisa "Left-Eye" Lopes/Del Tha Funky Homosapien vocal delivery hybrid, lyrical content reminiscent of Janet, De La Soul, and Eminem, all slapped on a technicolour New Wave hip-hop cosplay rave in Tokyo.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. Felinus Scorchius
0:42 $0.99
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2. Felinephunk
3:53 $0.99
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3. Like I Do (You Should Dance With Me)
4:06 $0.99
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4. Come Show Me
3:54 $0.99
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5. I Feel You
4:50 $0.99
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6. Transmission from Tha Cat Lair
1:36 $0.99
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7. Gata City (Kuro Neko Chaos)
4:36 $0.99
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8. I Like
5:12 $0.99
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9. Really?!
1:02 $0.99
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10. Paperdollz
3:53 $0.99
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11. Juliet Is Bleeding
4:37 $0.99
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12. Anything
4:58 $0.99
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13. I Like (Youhei Remix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Apparently you can’t just have music, you’ve got to have 'the whole package'. Tha Gata Negrra (translate: the black cat), certainly has a product to offer and somewhat of a niche to fill. On the heels of artists like Nicki Minaj and Azealia Banks, and looking like cyber-goth-meets-hello-kitty, Tha Gata Negrra is full bottle, in-your-face chick hop. Her sounds run from the fat broken rock of Felinephunk, to the booty-disco of I Like, and the club friendly swinger of Like I Do. Currently represented out of New Jersey by 3 Miles Entertainment, Tha Gata Negrra definitely seems to be aiming for mainstream pop acceptance, but she’s doing it her way.” - Danny Silver, GASHE

“New Jersey native ThaGataNegrra knows how to have fun. Her music is a thoroughly vibrant mix of Dance, Pop, Disco, Funk and even a bit of Rock. The songs bubble with excitement and a colorful, feel-good nature that is both infectious and raucous at the same time. A wide variety of elements come into play on the songs... including the awesome... track "I Feel You", the fantastically crafted "Like I Do (You Should Dance With Me)" and the funkier "Come Show Me". The songs are well produced using an arsenal of synthesizers and other keyboards as well as guitars and bass and what sound like some samples that are all alive in the mix. The lyrics are simple and fun and perfectly match the vibe of the songs. After all, you're not looking for literature lessons or poetry here, are you? It's Dance music and it's supposed to be fun and that's exactly what ThaGataNegrra has come up with. This is the kind of stuff that explodes at a party or on the dancefloor, and she is to be commended for it. ” - Peter Braidis, Indie-Music.com

“Tha Gata Negrra doesn’t pretend to be a pop diva and she isn’t one. Her record GATA City... is not meant to be a pop record to woo the hearts of the masses. The production on the record is pretty slick..inspite of its homespun... production, this debut of hers is a nearperfect hip-hop/pop candy... a party album with totally infectious tunes. [She] is primarily a hip-hop artist... the goulash of different pop music styles on this album all have a hip-hop core. Her fast start-stop emcee delivery mixed with aggressive beats makes the hardcore hip-hop cuts on the album like “Felinephunk,” “Transmission From Tha Cat Liar,”{sic} “GATA City: Kuro Neko Chaos,” and “Paperdollz,” the catchiest and best on the album. “Come Show Me,” “I Feel You,” and “I Like” are truer to the house/dance germ of the album rather than to its hip-hop proneness. “Like I Do” is the one-of-a-kind sugary pop song that doesn’t represent the rest of the album, but is still fantastic.” - Vish, The Daily Vault

“I like 'Juliet Is Bleeding'! It's real kool [sic]. [Your producer is] good!” - Darryl DMC McDaniels

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