The female Aphrodite (yes I know, doesn't work in mythology, but it makes sense in jungle). By which I mean - trampoline B-lines, pretty melodies, taking the increasingly narrow and unpopulated path of jungle-as-fun and jungle-as-pop (but in truth, production-wise just as sharp and technical as any Photek or J Majik tune - hence the alias Engineers Without Fears)
I mean listen to this
As a DJ she could play as hard as anyone - I remember her bashing brains alongside Hype, Darren Jay, Randall down Paradise
Tuff little B-side
Should mention sidekick Aston of course - credits often say written by Rap, produced by Rap and Aston
I'll tumble 4 ya
Don't know this remix by Desired State
Nor this mix
As DJ Rap, this is terrific
Reese bass - before or after "Deadly Deep Subs" / "Terrorist"?
More than solid stuff via an alter ego
There was a misguided 'pop' oriented album, with her vocals prominent...
But before that a whole album with Voyager (aka Pete Parsons), with the okay agreed rather yukky title Intelligence, but likely more than solid contents-wise (I've not delved and have no recollection ever hearing at the time).
Few years ago I saw Rap do an in-store at Amoeba the performance connected to an Ableton conference in LA that I participated in. It wasn't great, mainly because the volume was feeble - the set-up seemed worse than your average 1980s music center - and there wasn't enough of a crowd or the right sort of audience responses in the brightly lit store. But I bet she still kills it when playing the nostalgia circuit.
DJ Rap rockin da Amoeba massif