Dirty Girl (Ft. Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes) Lyrics. About Dirty Girl, Wrong Girl, Bad Girl. Dirty Girl, Wrong Girl, Bad Girl is the scrapped debut album from R&B singer Latrelle. It was scheduled for release on October 2, 2001 by Arista Records, but due to unknown reasons (possibly the fact that the album’s two singles House Party and Dirty Girl failed to chart at all), the album’s official release was cancelled, leading it to sadly be shelved
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Andrea-Latrelle Simmons (born April 15, 1982) better known as "Latrelle" got her start quite early, writing songs in her teen years for artists like Destiny's Child, Next, and Monica. She started out at the age of sixteen with her mother and manager, R&B singer Aleese Simmons, at her side.
Dirty Girl, Wrong Girl, Bad Girl was supposed to be R&B singer Latrelle's debut album scheduled for release on October 2, 2001 by Arista Records, but due to unknown reasons (possibly due to the album's two singles "House Party" and "Dirty Girl" failing to chart at all) and being pushed back numerous times, the album's official release was cancelled, leading it to be shelved.
The first single "Dirty Girl" was released along with a remix with then label mate . An alternate version with Left Eye was also released. While the single had little impact on radio, it received heavy airplay in clubs and appeared on several mixtapes. In December 2001, "House Party" was released as a follow-up single to "Dirty Girl" and became a minor hit on the Hip-Hop/R&B Charts. Since leaving Arista Latrelle she recorded a new album for the label that she co-owns, AMI Music Group. She has also recorded with P'Diddy
The girl group would not have died. With all due respect to Fifth Harmony, not enough people care, though that’s not their fault. Of course, the early 2000’s had a wave of girl groups – well, majorly Destiny’s Child, but you get it – but after that, the girl group became a bit of a relic. As someone who obsessed over SWV, Xscape, En Vogue, Kut Klose, The Spice Girls, and knew of those who worshipped at the altar of TLC and other girl bands, it’s a shame that we collectively let the girl group enter throwback Thursday terrain. Embedded from ww. outube. If you’ve never heard the unreleased Latrelle album Dirty Girl, Wrong Girl, Bad Girl, you have my sincerest condolences. If you did not embrace Yummy Bingham’s magnetic first single, Come Get It with Jadakiss, boo and hiss to you.