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has 8 songs in the following movies and tv shows.

Salt-N-Pepa is an American hip-hop trio from Queens in New York City. The group, consisting of Cheryl James ("Salt"), Sandra Denton ("Pepa"), and Deidre "Dee Dee" Roper ("Spinderella") was formed in 1985. They released their debut album "Hot, Cool & Vicious" in 1986. The album was a commercial success, earning the group a gold record. The group released their second studio album, "A Salt with a Deadly Pepa" in 1988. "A Salt with a Deadly Pepa" was a hit that got certified gold in the United States and the United Kingdom by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and the British Phonographic Industry (BPI). The album produced two singles, "Shake Your Thang" and "Get Up Everybody (Get Up)" that respectively made the top-10 R&B entry and the top-20 R&B entry. The album also made a song, "Twist and Shout" that went on to peak at no 4 on the UK Singles Chart. The trio's next album, Blacks' Magic was released on March 19 in 1990, by Next Plateau Records and London Records. This album by Salt-N-Pepa featured the Top 10 single "Do You Want Me". In 1993, the trio Salt-N-Pepa won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album with "Very Necessary." The album is arguably their greatest hits album that features the hits "Let's Talk About Aids" and "Shoop". "Very Necessary" was certified 5× platinum by the RIAA in the United States, 4× platinum in Canada, and a platinum by ARIA in Australia. They also dropped a single in 1993 that was called "Whatta Man." "Whatta Man" is a sampled song from the original version of "What a Man" written by Dave Crawford and recorded for Stax Records' Volt imprint by Linda Lyndell. The re-mastered song by Salt-N-Pepa and En Vogue became a commercial success reaching the top ten in several countries like Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The group's final studio album, "Brand New" was released in 1997 and it featured the single, "Push It", which was a re-recording of their 1986 hit. The album was not as successful as their previous albums but still went gold. In 1999, the group announced they were breaking up. They have since reunited for various tours and one-off performances. Salt-N-Pepa is one of the most successful female rap groups of all time, having sold over 20 million records worldwide. They are also credited with helping to break down barriers for women in hip hop and pave the way for future female rappers.

Let's Talk About Sex - Salt-N-Pepa | Song Album Cover Artwork

Let's Talk About Sex

3 movies6 episodes


The song "Let's Talk About Sex" by Salt-N-Pepa is a classic hip-hop song that addresses the issue of sex in a fun and lighthearted way. The song was released in August 1991 as a single from their 3rd album, "Black Magic." The lyrics are direct and to the point, and the song has a catchy beat that makes it easy to sing along to. Salt-N-Pepa doesn't hold back in this song, and that is what makes it so great. It's a song about sex that is unapologetic and honest. And it's also a lot of fun. "Let's Talk About Sex" was certified gold by the RIAA in the United States of America, peaking at No. 13...more




Whatta Man (feat. En Vogue) - Salt-N-Pepa | Song Album Cover Artwork

Whatta Man (feat. En Vogue)

3 movies13 episodes


"Whatta Man" is a song by American hip hop trio Salt-N-Pepa, featuring R&B group En Vogue. It was released in 1994 as the fourth track on their album "Very Necessary." The song became a top ten hit in several countries, including the United States, United Kingdom, New Zealand, and Australia. In the United States, "Whatta Man" peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 and became Salt-N-Pepa's highest-charting single as a lead artist. The song also peaked at number one on the Hot Rap Songs chart. In the United Kingdom, the song peaked at number nine on the UK Singles Chart, making it Salt...more


Captain Marvel2019

Plays on the stereo in the security guard's car outside Blockbuster Video.


The Vampire Diaries • s6e2 • Yellow Ledbetter2009

Bonnie finds Damon dancing in the Salvatore mansion kitchen while drinking and cooking.


Private Practice • s2e19 • What Women Want2007

The women watch the guys play basketball.


MacGyver • s1e18 • Flashlight2016

Bozer presents Mac with a cake.


The Masked Singer • s3e21 • Road to the Finals2019

Frog recap: Introduction; [0:51] repeats before Frog's clues are reviewed.


Expression - Salt-N-Pepa | Song Album Cover Artwork


0 movies1 episodes


"Expression" is a song by American hip hop trio Salt-N-Pepa. It was released in August 1990 as the lead single from their second album, Blacks' Magic. The song was written by the group's DJ (Spinderella) and member, Cheryl "Salt" James with production handled by Hurby "Luv Bug" Azor. The track samples James Brown's 1974 song "Funky President (People It's Bad)". "Expression" is a call for black women to be proud of their African heritage and to love their bodies. The song was well-received by critics and is considered one of the group's signature tracks. The song peaked at number 28 on the Bi...more



The song "Upside Down ('Round-N-'Round)" by Salt-N-Pepa was created in the early 1990s. The song is about a woman who is attracted to a man who is not interested in her. The woman turns her attention to other men, but they are also not interested in her. She eventually turns her attention back to the original man, who is now interested in her. The song is a commentary on the way that women are often treated by men. "Upside Down ('Round-N-'Round)" was written by Salt-N-Pepa, and it was produced by their producer, Hurby Azor. The song was released as a single in 1991, and it was included on the...more


Space Jam1996

The NBA players fail at the New York game.


Shoop - Salt-N-Pepa | Song Album Cover Artwork


5 movies8 episodes


Shoop is a song by American hip hop group Salt-N-Pepa. It was released in July 1994 as the lead single from their fourth studio album, Very Necessary. The song was written and produced by brothers Mark and Dave Crawford. "Shoop" is a song about self-love and empowerment. The lyrics encourage listeners to love themselves for who they are, regardless of what others may think or say. The song is also an ode to Salt-N-Pepa's hometown of Queens, New York. The song samples "Super Funky Stuff" by R&B group The Sequence. It was a commercial success, peaking at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 ...more



Cher and Dionne watch as Murray approaches them in the school quad.



Deadpool sits on the edge of the overpass


Something Borrowed2011

Darcy starts her speech and this song plays at the start of the slideshow.


MacGyver • s1e12 • Screwdriver2016

Very Dangerous Part Of The World - Jack sings while hooked up to a truth serum IV.


None of Your Business - Salt-N-Pepa | Song Album Cover Artwork

None of Your Business

2 movies2 episodes


"None of Your Business" is a song by Salt-N-Pepa, written and produced by Hurby "Luvbug" Azor. It was released in 1994 as the third single from their album Very Necessary. The song is a female empowerment anthem about a woman who is tired of her man's controlling behavior and tells him that she is none of his business. The song was originally written by Hurby "Luvbug" Azor for another artist, but when he played it for Salt-N-Pepa, they decided to record it themselves. Azor used a sample of the 1969 song "Tramp" by Lowell Fulsom, which gave the song its distinctive bassline. The music video f...more


Good Girls • s1e5 • Taking Care of Business2018

Annie texts the guy from the store.



Whatta Man - Salt-N-Pepa | Song Album Cover Artwork

Whatta Man

0 movies1 episodes


Push It - Salt-N-Pepa | Song Album Cover Artwork

Push It

18 movies23 episodes


"Push It", released in 1987, was Salt-N-Pepa's first massive hit. It was actually first released as a B-side to their single "Tramp". Their first hip-hop studio album, "Hot, Cool & Vicious", was released a few months prior to 'Push It', to relatively lackluster sales. However a few months after the album's release, the release of "Push It", quickly peaked at #19 on the US Billboards top 100. After the addition of a remixed version of "Push It" to be track #1 of their already released album, "Hot, Cool & Vicious", the album went on to become platinum status in the United States. "Push It" was...more


40 Year Old Virgin2005

Second song played in club when Jay is telling him to 'run down some drunk chicks'


Grandma's Boy2006

Samantha gets up to sing to this song. She passes out during though.


Something Borrowed2011

Plays during the slideshow as Darcy talks abot Rachel.


Something Borrowed2011

Darcy plays this song in Rachel's apartment to celebrate her and ethan.


Project X2012

Miles party bus arrives and girls pour out of it.


End of Watch2012

Second song Janet and Brian dance to at their wedding.


In a World...2013

Song at the party as people start dancing.


Endless Love2014

Mace and Gwen dance to this song at the party.


Love, Rosie2014

Rosie's water breaks and they rush to get her out of the house and to the hospital.


Second Act2018

3rd song from the official trailer.


August: Osage County2013

Song playing from the Red Ferrari as it pulls up next to them.


10 Things I Hate About You1999

Joey is talking to Bianca about his advertisement for hemorrhoid cream.



doll scene


Hot Tub Time Machine2010

Nick has sex with Tara in the bath tub.


Chuck • s4e13 • Chuck Versus The Push Mix2007

Jeffster performs over the hopsital P.A. system as Ellie is in labor & Chuck, Morgan and Sarah arrive & chat with Casey.


Glee • s1e2 • Showmance2009

New Directions performs.


MacGyver • s1e4 • Wire Cutter2016

Plays as Jack starts singing; Riley accompanies Orlov to his home.


MacGyver • s1e18 • Flashlight2016

Mac's birthday party; Bozer talks about reuniting the dog he found with his owner, then expresses disbelief that Riley gave Kalei her full phone number.


Scandal • s7e2 • Pressing The Flesh2012

Olivia tries to find her purse lost in intimate moment with Curtis as he tries to convince her move their "dates" outside of hotel rooms.


Grey's Anatomy • s14e5 • Danger Zone2005

Owen and Megan sing along to the radio, then he decides to take a short cut.


Atypical • s3e6 • The Essence of a Penguin2017

When Zahid and Gretchen fight in the car over over the pronunciation of "Joie de vie"



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