(1997) My Melody

Queen Pen

... read moreQueen Pen is obviously a talented songwriter and rapper from the range of themes on her debut album, My Melody. One problem however, is that the album was produced by Terry Riley, who doesn't really know how to write songs in the vein of Foxy Brown or Lil' Kim, whom Queen Pen appears to be styled...

49′:06″ 13 Songs

1
Intro (Album Version (Explicit))
Queen Pen
1:26
2
Queen Of The Click (Album Version (Explicit))
Queen Pen
3:30
3
Man Behind The Music (Album Version (Explicit))
Queen Pen
3:49
4
All My Love (Album Version (Explicit))
Queen Pen
3:24
5
My Melody (Album Version (Explicit))
Queen Pen
3:45
6
Party Ain't A Party (Album Version (Explicit))
Queen Pen
4:10
7
It's True (Album Version (Explicit))
Queen Pen
4:37
8
The Set Up (Album Version (Explicit))
Queen Pen
4:21
9
Get Away (Album Version (Explicit))
Queen Pen
4:05
10
I'm Gon Blow Up (Album Version (Explicit))
Queen Pen
4:02
11
Girlfriend (Album Version (Explicit))
Queen Pen
4:25
12
No Hooks (Album Version (Explicit))
Queen Pen
3:19
13
So Many Ways (Album Version (Explicit))
Queen Pen
4:13
Released 01 January 1997, ℗ 1997 Lil' Man / Interscope Records

Review

Queen Pen is obviously a talented songwriter and rapper from the range of themes on her debut album, My Melody. One problem however, is that the album was produced by Terry Riley, who doesn't really know how to write songs in the vein of Foxy Brown or Lil' Kim, whom Queen Pen appears to be styled after. The result is an album produced with a pop/R&B diva in mind, though she is neither pop nor a diva. ~ John Bush