Antoinette was an American rapper from Queens, New York who released two albums, during the late 1980s and early 1990s. She made her first appearance on producer Hurby Azor's 1987 compilation album, Hurby's Machine, with her song "I Got An Attitude", in which she dissed fellow rapper MC Lyte. This led to a beef between the two rappers. Antoinette's musical output was equally divided between funk, go-go, and hip-house. She has been mentioned in the Vibe Hip-Hop Divas publication.
Shake, Rattle & Roll was the 2nd single from her 1989 album Who's The Boss
The first single Antoinette's 1990 album Burning At 20 Below. Antoinette mentions Pepa's name in the song and I only see Spinderella in the video.