Music: Oaktown’s 3.5.7.

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M.C. Hammer has been an unforgettable presence in hip-hop history. The electrifying dancing rapper surrounded himself with people who could both complement his onstage energy and ultimately hold their own when he launched their careers. Among the most memorable female fixtures in the posse were Phyllis Charles (Lil’ P), Tabatha King (Terrible T), and Djuana J. Johnican (Sweet LD), known as Oaktown’s 3.5.7.

In September 2014, the group received the Pioneer of Hip-Hop Award at the 2014 Female Hip-Hop Honor Awards in Los Angeles, CA.  Beyond the honor of the award, Terrible T and Sweet LD got to do something they hadn’t done in 20 years: perform as a group on stage.

Read more on Oaktown’s 3.5.7. in HERS Magazine November/December 2014 issue


Online editor for Hers magazine.

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