Ursula Rucker

Ursula Rucker

Ursula Rucker isn't a funky diva -- she's her own diva. Having collaborated with some of music's most sophisticated -- the Silent Poets, King Britt, Josh Wink, the Roots -- Rucker has honed her seductive spoken wordplay inside Philly soul, hip-hop, and new jazz. She combines social awareness with womanhood, black culture, and love for something musically alluring. A graduate of Temple's journalism school, Rucker made her poetic debut in 1994 at Philly's celebrated Zanzibar Blue. From there, she proved her smart and sultry bravado without frills. The late '90s illustrated her abrasive poetic nature inside cuts like Josh Wink's "Sixth Sense" and 4hero's "Loveless." Supa Sista, Rucker's debut album showcasing a street-fighting spirit, was issued in September 2001 on !K7. Silver or Lead (2003) and Ma'at Mama (2006) followed.

Title Album Genre Tools
For Women Ma'at Mama Electronic, Vocal
Client:
Artist:
Ursula Rucker
Era:
2000s
Genres:
Electronic and Vocal
Instruments:
Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Drums, Electric Guitar, Electric Piano, Electronic, and Synth
Keywords:
Aggressive, Atmospheric, Ominous, Percussive/Drums, and Spiritual
Scene Descriptions:
Rainy Day, Victory, and Victory March
Subgenres:
Downtempo and Techno
Tempo:
Medium Slow
CD/Track #:
Ma'at Mama
Release Year:
2006
Track ID:
41945
main mix 5:00 160k MP3
Spring Supa Sista Electronic, R&B/Soul
Client:
Artist:
Ursula Rucker
Era:
2000s
Genres:
Electronic and R&B/Soul
Instruments:
Bass, Conga Drums, Drums, Electric Guitar, and Electric Piano
Keywords:
Dramatic, Moody, Percussive/Drums, and Spiritual
Scene Descriptions:
Rainy Day and Sunny Day
Subgenres:
Downtempo
Tempo:
Moderate
CD/Track #:
Supa Sista
Release Year:
2001
Track ID:
41946
main mix 6:06 160k MP3
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