BIO

Cheeky Blakk New Orleans Bounce Twerk 2015Cheeky Blakk (born Angela Woods) first got her start in the New Orleans bounce scene as a backup dancer, where she met another local rap legend in the bounce world, Pimp Daddy. From there the two became an item, bounce royalty if you will, eventually putting their relationship issues on vinyl and writing diss songs about each other, leading to high energy battle performances and fans flocking to New Orleans clubs to see what the hype was about. With as much bravado on stage as any of her male counterparts, Cheeky became known for not only holding it down for female MC’s, but for kicking the door in and demanding to be heard. 

She released “Twerk Something” in 1994 and quickly followed it up with two more local monster hits – the Mannie Fresh produced “Let Me Get That Outcha,” and “Bitch Get Off Me” released in 1995. During that time you couldn’t go to a school dance, talent show, or house party without at least one, but probably all three of her monster hits tearing down the house. Those songs are from a time when bounce exploded onto the music scene in New Orleans and was dominated by male artists like DJ Jimi and DJ Jubilee, two other originators of the genre when you look up the timeline and history of bounce of music…