Salt-N-Pepa’s transcendent girl power juice is fueled by the feisty Carla Thomas, who was not afraid to put Otis Redding in his place. The good-humored he-said/she-said duet ("Tramp") proved the perfect vehicle for the female hip-hop pioneers’ brazen diss of the cheating opposite sex. More horns please!
Tramp” by Salt-N-Pepa:
Sampled Otis Redding's "Tramp" (1967):