Martika's Kitchen is the second album released by pop singer and former child actor Martika. Released in 1991, it features four songs written and produced by Prince. The album was a departure in musical styles from Martika's debut album. Martika's Kitchen incorporates elements of gospel, jazz, funk, R&B and traditional Cuban music. Thy Will Be Done" made the top 10.
Martika's Kitchen is the second album by California pop singer Martika, and was released in August 1991. Thy Will Be Done and Don't Say U Love Me. Recording process. Prince became involved after Martika had already recorded most of the album. She had seen the Graffiti Bridge movie several times and had contacted Prince saying the movie spoke to her and reflected things she had written in her own notebook
Main Course - The Original Album. 1-1. Martika’s Kitchen. Composed By – Prince. Composed By – Frankie Blue, Levi Seacer J. Martika, Prince.
Her second album, Martika’s Kitchen, failed to duplicate the success of Martika but is notable for featuring no less than four song writing collaborations with Prince. I was just a teenager when my debut album was released, and was genuinely surprised by the level of success it received. So when it came time for the follow-up, it was important to me that I stretch out and show some growth in my musical expression. She had seen Graffiti Bridge several times and had written to Prince saying how the movie had connected with to her and reflected things she had written in her journals. Of all the recording artists I had grown up, it was Prince that made the strongest impression on me.
The US pop star’s second album is notable for her collaborations with Prince; four tracks in total, including the hit singles Lov. hy Will Be Done and the title track
Martika's Kitchen Lyrics. Wooo, here we go The table's set, baby Wooo, ahh Here we go My oven is hot. Come on Get some in Martika's kitchen, baby You bring the noise And I'll bring the smile It's been so long Since you've been down in the kitchen, baby My desire's running longer than a country mile. So true You can make all my wishes So real You can make all my dreams And if you're good, baby I'll even let you break the dishes. Come on Get some, get some, get some In Martika's kitchen, baby Ooh We're talking about the kitchen
A fourth collaboration, "Don't Say U Love Me," appears on the first disc. At the time of the original release, Prince’s other contributions to the album were provided under the name Paisley Park
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Martika's Kitchen – Martikas Kitchen is the second album released by pop singer and former child actor Martika. Released in 1991, it features four songs written and produced by Prince, the album was a departure in musical styles from Martikas debut album. Martikas Kitchen incorporates elements of gospel, jazz, funk, R&B, the title track cracked the Billboard Hot 100 and the Prince-penned gospel song Love. Thy Will Be Done made the top 10, the album was certified gold in both the UK and Australia.
|3||All Day, All Night|
|4||Baby, You're A Trip|
|5||Around The World In A Day|
|7||The Question Of U|
|8||The Question Of U 2|
|10||Love... Thy Will Be Done|
|14||King S Rap|
|16||The Rebirth Of The Flesh|