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Tekitha

Tekitha

Tekitha


Female vocalist who appeared to take the role of Wu-Tang in-house singer (previously filled by Blue Raspberry) for Wu-Tang Forever, on which she also got a solo track titled "Second Coming". Also filled in for the unavailable Mary J. Blige in the video for Ghostface Killah's "All I Got Is You". Initially signed to RZA's Razor Sharp Records and then to Ghostface's Starks Enterprise. Believed to have completed a solo album, but like many other affiliates, has not had it released. Read more on Last.fm
Female vocalist who appeared to take the role of Wu-Tang in-house singer (previously filled by Blue Raspberry) for Wu-Tang Forever, on which she also got a solo track titled "Second Coming". Also filled in for the unavailable Mary J. Blige in the video for Ghostface Killah's "All I Got Is You". Initially signed to RZA's Razor Sharp Records and then to Ghostface's Starks Enterprise.

Believed to have completed a solo album, but like many other affiliates, has not had it released. Continues to make guest appearances on Wu-Tang projects such as Raekwon's The Lex Diamonds Story (though the role of in-house singer was filled by Madame D on 2001's Iron Flag) and has also collaborated with other non-Wu artists including KRS-One and Armand Van Helden. Can rap as well as sing, as heard on Cappadonna's "Pump Your Fist" and RZA's "Mantis". Appears On: "Impossible", "Little Ghetto Boys", "Second Coming", Wu-Tang Clan, Wu-Tang Forever (1997); "One Step", Killah Priest, Heavy Mental (1997); "Pump Your Fist", "Black Boy", Cappadonna, The Pillage (1997); "All That I Got Is You (Video Version)", Ghostface Killah (1997); "Soul In The Hole", Wu-Tang Killa Bees, Soul In The Hole soundtrack (1998); "Street Life", LA The Darkman, Heist of the Century (1998); "I Can See", Cappadonna, Slam soundtrack (1998); "Mantis", RZA, Bobby Digital In Stereo (1999); "Walking Through The Darkness", Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai - The Album (1999); "Manchild", Shyheim, Manchild (1999); "Mother Earth", Armand Van Helden, 2 Future 4 U (1999); "Build Strong", RZA, Digital Bullet (2001); "Walking Through The Darkness", Ghostface Killah, Bulletproof Wallets (2002); "Once Upon A Time", Raekwon, The Lex Diamonds Story (2003); "Survivin'", KRS-One, Kristyles (2003). Read more on Last.fm.

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