The original raggamuffin gal Shelly Thunder is this weeks special guest on Reality Time this Sunday on Bigupradio.com. Hosted by the furious DJ Kurious and might MC Taiyefoon, Reality Time brings you the latest reggae news, culture and exclusive interviews each Sunday on Bigupradio’s 24/7 dancehall station. Shelly Thunder is best known for her eighties dancehall classic tune "Kuff" but is back on the scene and working in the reggae gospel realm. Tune in to find out all you need to know about Shelly Thunder this weekend. Catch this special feature and interview on Reality Time this Sunday! ONE LOVE
About Shelly Thunder :
Shelly Thunder’s birthplace (some say New York, others, Jamaica) is as perplexing as her sudden but real status as a born-again Christian. Only Thunder knows for sure. The dancehall queen broke big with “Kuff” on Mango Records in the late ’80s. The Henry Whitfield production about keeping men in check was an instant hit in Jamaica in 1988. Thunder became the female equivalent to Shabba and Cutty Ranks, along with Lady Patra and Sister Charmaine, and continued to paint the chart with other man-checkers like “Sometimes a Man Fi Get Kuff,” “Walk Out a Mi House,” and “Bway Nuh Come Back.” Mango dished out some popular albums by Thunder, as well: Fresh Out of the Pac and Break Up (both 1989), the latter was titled after another hit recording, which was written by Sleepy Wonder; Working Girl (1990); and Jump Around in 1991.
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