Sandra Gillette, better known by just her surname and stage name Gillette, is an American dance and hip hop artist, rapper and actress active in mid-1990s and 2000s. Musically, through the productions of 20 Fingers, Gillette's music is known for her monotone, heavy beats, sounds and melodies. They mix dance with hip hop, pop, rock, rap and europop, which was popular in Europe, Oceania and South America in the 1990s. The vocals are very simple and catchy arranged. Lyrically her songs do not always follow a traditional verse-chorus structure such as in "Short Dick Man" with minimalistic vocals and often use simple repeating such as "Eeny, weeny, teeny, weeny" or "Don't, Don't, Don't, Do Do, Don't, Don't, Don't", which led her songs to high recognition. The lyrics were distinguished by her humorous or risque lyrics, often sexually explicit including moaning, which often led the songs to get controversial. That is why Gillette releases often have a Parental Advisory warning label.