Angie Martinez has been part of New York's hip hop community since the mid-1990s, ruling New York's airwaves on top-rated Hot 97 and becoming one of rap's most energizing forces. In 2001, Angie put her own rhyming skills on the line with her Elektra debut album, aptly titled Up Close And Personal, which featured the talent of, among others, her friends Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, Prodigy, Jay-Z, Wyclef, Q-Tip, Lil' Mo, Beanie Sigel, Big Pun, Busta Rhymes and more. Angie's new album, Animal House, has more of the sizzling beats and smooth rhymes that made her debut such a hit, and it features the song you're hearing now, "If I Could Go!" with Lil' Mo and Sacario. The album also features guest appearances by Missy Elliott, Fat Joe, Lil Mo, Petey Pablo, Sacario, Kelis and Tony Sunshine.