The most interesting thing about this album is the obvious departure from the "good girl" image on her debut. A more confident and revealing Rochell'le appears, not afraid to flaunt her fair-skinned sexuality to the urban market. The music world was stunned by this reverse cross-over move, and while the street flocked to this release, her suburban fanbase vanished.
- "Street Queen"
- "Vanilla Na Na"
- "A Dogg's Bitch" (duet with Madd Dogg)
- "Blastin' Bitch"