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Oaktown's 3.5.7 was an American hip-hop group from the late 1980s and early 1990s. They were members of the West Coast Rap All-Stars who sang on the Grammy-nominated single "We're All in the Same Gang." [1]

Produced by M.C. Hammer and James Earley, vocals were handled by Tabitha "Terrible T" King and DJuana "Sweet L.D." Johnican. Additional personnel included Earley, Michael Kelly, Terrance Davis, and Joey B. Ellis. [2]

By 1992 their popularity waned and the group disbanded.

References

  1. ^ Harrington, Richard (June 20, 1990). On the Beat: Rap Single Takes On L.A. Gangs. The Washington Post
  2. ^ Wallace, Michelle (July 29, 1990) When Black Feminism Faces The Music, and the Music Is Rap. New York Times

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