|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Horny (Boris Dlugosch Mixes)||4||Audio||1998-00-00||AM:PM|
|3||Horny '98||2||Audio||1998-00-00||Peppermint Jam|
|4||Horny '98||6||Audio||1998||Peppermint Jam|
|7||Horny (2-Step Mix)||3||Audio||2000||Not On Label (Mousse T.)|
|9||Horny '98||4||Audio||1998||Peppermint Jam|
|13||Horny / Mentally Dull||3||Audio||1998||Columbia|
|15||Horny '98||3||Audio||1998||Peppermint Jam|
|16||Horny (Boris Dlugosch Mixes)||4||Audio||1998||AM:PM|
|18||Horny||4||Audio||Epidemic Records (3)|
The composition of Hot 'N' Juicy is still controversial. The single "Horny 98" credits 3 vocalists: Inaya, Emma and Nadine.
Inaya has been referred as [a=Inaya Davis].
According to the Birmingham Mail, Hot 'n' Juicy were initially a duo of singers, [a=Emma Lanford] (Emma Southam) and [a=Nadine Richardson]. They appeared on the 1998 version of "Horny" and later on the 2006 mash up "Horny As A Dandy". They were residents of a tower block on the former Lee Bank estate in Birmingham. They expanded into a trio later in 1998 when they were joined by [a=Nikki Belle], but were again reduced to a duo in 1999 when Richardson quit the band.
After the group split up, Belle went on to provide vocals on a version of [a=Womack & Womack]'s "Teardrops" for [a=Whelan & Di Scala].