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The 100 Best L.A. Rap Songs

82. Yo Yo f/ Ice Cube "You Cant Play With My Yo-Yo" (1991)

Album: Make Way For the Motherlode
Label: East West America/Atlantic Records
Producer: Ice Cube


East coast rapstresses like MC Lyte and Queen Latifah get more credit for repping for the females, but Yolanda “Yo Yo” Whittaker should never be forgotten. She came out hard with her debut single, a no-nonsense banger where she acknowledges that, yeah, she's got a soft ass, but “if you touch it, you're living in a coffin.” Cube doesn't rap on this song as much as he cosigns her with authoritative shit talk, crowning her “the brand new intelligent black lady… For all you suckas.”

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