The She Rockers were a female hip hop trio from London, the most famous member of which was Betty Boo (born Alison Moira Clarkson, 6 March 1970, Kensington, London).
The group released a number of singles on the Jive Records label, and also released songs on the Music of Life label, including the Hard as Hell series. "Give It A Rest", their first single for Music of Life, was produced by Public Enemy's Professor Griff after the She Rockers--Donna McConnell, Alison Clarkson and Dupe Fagbesa--performed an impromptu rap to Public Enemy at their local McDonald's in Shepherd's Bush, London.
Following Clarkson and Fagbesa's departure from the group in 1989, founding member McConnell (She-Roc) joined forces with original band member Antonia Jolly (Aurra), and landed a recording contract with Jive Records, releasing the singles "Jam It Jam", and the album, Rockers from London (Jive, 1990). "Jam It Jam" reached #58 in the UK Singles Chart in January 1990.
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