L’Trimm was a miami bass hip-hop duo composed of Lady Tigra and Bunny D, two teenage girls from Kendall, Florida (an area of Dade County, slightly south-west of Miami). They recorded three albums for Hot Productions: Grab It! in 1988 (when they were eighteen), Drop That Bottom in 1989 (which led to The Source naming them “hip-hop Goddesses of the Month”), and Groovy in 1991. Tigra and Bunny were high school friends. They regularly attended Skylight Express, a teen dance night in Kendall that featured hip-hop and Miami Bass music, which resulted in their desire to become rappers. Like most young aspiring rappers, they had no understanding of the industry, and their rapping was seen only as a hobby. However, their friend (in fact, their ride home from school) was local rapper Mighty Rock of the group Double Duce. One afternoon, on a drive home from school, Mighty Rock needed to stop by the Hot Productions office/studios. During the meeting, Tigra and Bunny bumbled their way into a recording booth and began rapping for fun. Paul Klein of Hot Productions caught the girls, and instead of being angry, decided a good-looking teen girl rap group would have significant cross-over appeal. He employed Larry Davis to quickly construct some hook-oriented tracks and get the girls into the studio. Read more about L'trimm
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