Sirah and DJ Hoppa | Clean Windows Dirty Floors

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Clean Windows Dirty Floors

by Sirah and DJ Hoppa

East meets west. Wit meets streets. Where the sidewalk ends and the road less traveled begins.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Underground Rap
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2. Buttons
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3. Class 103
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4. MC
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5. Addict
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6. Nicotine
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7. Stop With the Advice
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8. Clean Windows Dirty Floors
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Album Notes
Artist(s): Sirah (MC)
DJ Hoppa (Producer/DJ)

Styles: Hip-hop, poetry in motion, fun in some plastic wrap.

Track Picks: "Stop With the Advice," "Class 103," "MC."

Review: This being Sirah's first solo project leaves, "Clean Window's
Dirty Floor's," as a defining body of work. It's wit's meets street's
as this duo pairs up to bring you on an elaborate journey. Coupling
experience and audacity, this is an album that you can openly blare in
your car while submerged in rush hour traffic. Sirah's voice is very
soothing, yet raw. As you refer back to the album cover you almost
wonder if Milli Vanilli's men had something to do with this small pale
girl rapping. In today's recent controversy over who is and who is
not "Hip-Hop," this EP clearly defines what would fit under the
notorious category; however, Sirah and Hoppa have put there own spin
on things. A song off the EP entitled, "Addict," features Sirah's late
father who was a rock and roll musician before and throughout her
childhood. "Stop With the Advice," is a witty true to life account
of the depth's of two worlds. The first portrays what its like to be a
"white, female rapper" in today's day and age. While the second talks
about underground hip-hop and how the "scene" perceives success. If
your so quick to judge an album by it's cover, take my word and
purchase the EP. You won't regret it.


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Michael McLean

She got skills
That's all i have to say. One more joint to add to my collection.

mark best

Comin with substance, relevance and a sick flow.


i belive you can blow up
1st of all wanna say peace from h-town ,tx this is JB . cd baby will hear about me in 2008, i have my own company, and i have sold many units. sirah, you and your dj, really got a strong connection, i see lot's of records sold. i know in this day and age honestly speaking , the south mainly atlanta, ga has took over the rap era, as well as r-n-b. i do a lot of traveling from both east and west, midwest, and down south, and all day long in every major city on the radio, it's 100% atlanta club music, from mtv, and bet. but something about your style caught my attention. i see you can flow, and you dj is tight. you guys have a universal sound, and i know in the u k you could move 50 to 100,000 units. trust me just in h-town i did close to 25 , not counting my hometown in atl. everybody on cd baby get this cd, trust me the girl is on fire, and the dj is tight. wanna wish both of you all the blessing from god, and i will encourage others to buy your music. coming soon "JB" CLOSE THE DEAL ENT. 2008 WITH RODERIC VON , WE BRINGING THE WHOLE

Daniel Chege at Poppa Productions

Sirah is the Yung MC Lite
Gotta love the "Stop with the advice", its like a fresh Nas vybe plus the beat is bananas, do your thing Hoppa.

I am a music producer as well, check out my albums, "Devils Godson" and "Freestyle Bangers"

Devils Godson -
Freestyle Bangers -

Best Regards,
Poppa Productions


Une tueuse !!
8 titres, 8 bastos amateur de DIAMS passe ton chemin ....
C' est du CASEY version cainri du lourd mais trés trés trés FAT !!!!!!!


Une vraie tueuse !!!
8 titres, 8 bastos, 24 minutes de pur rap .
Casey version cainri !!!
Amateur de DIAMS passe ton chemin...........


This is a solid project all around. I am a little harder on female MCs, I don't know why, I just usually don't like to hear a female rapping. Sorry, it's the truth. However, that being said Sirah goes in my quality female MC category with the likes of Bahamadia, Mystic, Mecca (the ladybug) MC Lyte and that's all I can think of right now. The songs you can sample here are good but my favorites are the first 2 and Class 103. Don't take it from me, listen for yourself. Another JimNastics stamp of approval.

Brad at CD Baby

Somewhere between an EP and an LP, the 8 song proper debut from this NY raised/LA transplanted MC is lean on filler and stacked with lyrics that don't waste a word. With a B-Girl from the Bronx swagger that can't help but add additional punch to her already aggressive delivery, Sirah flushes out the tracks, compacting syllables and squeezing thoughts on top of each other, all while constantly maintaining focus on the concept and the flow. The tracks are dense, laced with urgent, true-school grooves that complement her style perfectly. The lyrics here are honest, told from a fairly unique perspective, and filled with a strength that is often fueled by contempt. On "MC," she laments the thinly veiled sexism in hip hop from an artist's perspective, and then takes it a step further on "Stop With The Advice." "I'm not doing you, I'm doing me," she rails in response to nonchalant criticisms of her look and style. In a rap landscape filled with cookie-cutter MC's, it's always great to hear an artist whose main focus is to remain true to herself.


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