Bounce, Baby, Bounce

DJ Kid Slizzard presents
Where They At? NOLA Bounce Rap
Da Mixtape: Side A, Side B @320

Not too much to say about it, this blog's fourth official non-stop cassette mix and the one with the heaviest load even if it is mostly the reassembled stolen thunder of one C-Thru soldier.

When one post got pulled I realized this blog might have a shorter life than expected and to start over - unlikely, and to back it up - equally, so I thought I'd best shoot my load with a quickness. That way, in the absence of a virtual house of rap on the web-wide world I'd still have dope tapes to peddle in the real one.

Many cuts previously spotlighted in these pages and maybe even a few to be teased out in the future. And shit, I'm even posting the tracklist as actual text to give all stranger folk a google-in. Check it:

Fuck Big Boy - BGz / Bounceslideride – Lil Slim / Sporty Talkin Sporty – Sporty T / Juvenile – Bounce for the Juvenile / Stop Pause – DJ Jubilee / Ride it, Roll it - PNC / Holla if U Hear Me - MC Spud / Got2BReal - Pimp Daddy / G2BReal remix - Full Pack / Where They At? - TT Tucker / Where They At? - DJ Jimi / Bounce, Baby, Bounce - Everlasting Hitman / It Aint Where U From - Joe Blakk / Rock City - MC Dice / Dat Rouge - MC Nero Baby / Ask Them Niggas - Mia X / Kick it for Dem Hoes - Magnolia Slim

Feel Like Funkin it up - Rebirth / Got What it Takes to Make it - 39 Posse / Bootin Up - Da Sha Ra / Yall Holla - Ricky B / Gangsta Walk - Big Heavy / Hustlin Ass Niggas - Fila Phil / Get the Gat - Lil Elt & DJ Tee / Lick the Cat - Ju'C / Represent - Cheeky Blakk / Da Payback - Mia X / Bitches Reply - DJ Jimi / Wild Thang - Wild Girlz / Where My Ole Lady At - DJ Duck & MC Shorty / Send It - Bally Boyz / Kick Dat 2nd Line - Ice Mike / Let's Jump - MC J Ro J / Tic Wit It - Choppa / Hike - UNLV / Local 580 - Local 580 / I'm Not Your Trick Daddy - Daddy Yo



I'm sure this youtube video format existed prior to my recent unearthing (and if there's some other sort worth watching, call it out), but these straight-chop video interpretations of Baltimore club tracks are the only way I've seen an unadulterated sample being ..uh.. sampled. Such great rap synthesthesia - I'm always down for extending the rap experience to the other senses (like the sensation of ball-rattling low boom). 

The Chapelle as Rick James cut pushes me as deep as I've been into post-modernism's kiddie-pool of infinite reflexivity which is just about the most one can hope for a youtube experience. 

Modern life.


Well, Well, Well

So, America finds its new president and Twankle & Glisten faces its first threats of copyright violation. Apparently, the DMCA contacted Google with a request to remove my post "Aye Aye, Captain Dick" in its entirety, due to copyright infringement.

This certainly surprised me. I only upload releases from junk piles, dollar bins, thrift stores or from the opposite end of the spectrum - pricey OOP Ebay auctions. I don't fucking go to Best Buy, get the 9.99 bonus disc edition of Carter III and pass it off free to the world with my MP3 click tagged on like some bad digital graffiti.
I suppose I got careless upping this semi-recent Luke promo, but it certainly seemed safe territory - the release came from the 50 cent bin, had NO notes, NO label info, NO copyright, NO anything. Bootlegg begets bootlegg. And why isn't this like good press for the newest Luke album? Who the fuck else is writing about new Luke? I always thought this was a blog dedicated to the rap no one cares about. The only person I can imagine losing money from what I do on this site is the guy trying to sell a copy of On the Run for 250 dollars on Amazon.

A few more threats like this and the blog will be removed entirely....I wonder what digitally-translated rap trashpile will be passed off as theft next. And thanks to Google-Cache, the full aforementioned post reposted (with link removed), because I spent too much time merging Spongebob porn with a Luke cover and I don't like being censored:

Aye Aye, Capt. Dick

I know yall tired of the playground shit, and have been ever since you saw some kids Supermaning while you were waiting for the F train. But since youtube dance videos is one of the favorite stoned hobbies of this blog author, I couldn't much hold back. Besides, how else would I truly get my 50 cents worth on this one? Its not as good as the Blaqstar Tote It mix, but then again the relation between dance and song there was less overt, which helps. And I don't really know how much you can expect from the Godfather's attempts to re-connect to such a ridiculous youth movement, but at least he didn't make a Bird Walk track.

The dance, of course, originated in Bmore (a locale abbreviation that's left a euro head or two scratched round here) and then dropped down the country's eastern coastline like a piss-stream down the leg of an incontinent old man (wait, incontinent continent?). I read on Wikipedia that SpongeBob has an ancestor, SpongeBuck, so I'm waiting for this harder dance to emerge, this thugged-up SpongeBuck.

I don't know what kind of back-alley lathe-cut they're doing for promo records these days, but all my Soulja Boy and VIC 50 cent bin finds are somehow unplayed and worn in at the same time, with edges rough enough to draw blood. And if anyone knows the tracks bumped in back of any of these D-Mac vids, holler. The box is gone so you'll have to write a real comment. I would provide some sort of reason for that, but blogging about your CBOX is like blogging about someone else's blog post about your blog. Speaking of which, J Roget/J Ro J... a senseless name now made more sensible.