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"The Sequence" can refer to either a 1980's hip hop/funk group or a modern pop-rock band from southern California.

(1) The Sequence was an all-female old school hip hop/funk trio signed to the Sugar Hill label in the early 1980s. The group consisted of Cheryl (Cheryl The Pearl) Cook, Gwendolyn (Blondie) Chisolm, and lead singer/rapper Angie Stone, who subsequently became a member of Vertical Hold and later a solo…

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  • First female hip hop group (I believe). Almost time for an anniversary tour?! You should do it! Actually, if Lady B is around, tour with her next summer with her, because she's about due for a 35-year tour of her song "To the Beat Ya'll" (1979). Book a tour celebrating women in hip hop with MC Lyte, Monie Love, Queen Latifah, Lady B, Roxanne Shanté, Jean Grey, Shayla G. (hip hop feminist), Amanda Diva, Nitty, Yo Majesty, Peaches, & some other awesome women of hip hop!
  • Funk You Up <3 Angie Stone's been around for a long time!
  • They need to change the picture already...
  • Old school hip-hop.
  • Great band, and no not the all-female hip hop group lol. 1982, All In, Long Distance, and Out Here In California are awesome songs.
  • get up get up get up get up get up get up get up get up get up sit back down
  • Till I Die <3
  • Awesome band! Check out my interview with them (http://www.reviewrinserepeat.com/2009/06/14/the-sequence-interview/) and my review of In Lights (http://www.reviewrinserepeat.com/2009/06/14/the-sequence-in-lights-review/) and most importantly, GO AND SEE THEM ON THEIR SUMMER TOUR!
  • 1982 all the way!
  • nice~

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