Welcome to the DWG Forums.

View Poll Results: South Bronx vs The Bridge ??

19. You may not vote on this poll
  • South Bronx

    13 68.42%
  • The Bridge

    6 31.58%
Results 1 to 10 of 10
  1. #1
    DWG Warrior
    Join Date
    Oct 2006

    South Bronx vs The Bridge????

    Which is better?

  2. #2

    I remember the night John Peel played in and the following night my friend Stuart, his twin brother and myself hanging in a park in our estate playing it on a box and thinking to myself how odd the record was (but I loved it).
    I found KRS's one-off beat style odd.
    I found the guitar part odd.
    I found the funny sound effect/fazing noise odd.

    It became my favourite track.
    KRS became my favourite rapper.

    as for the Bridge:

    I love it.
    But I think I heard South Bronx first, so thats the one that hit me.

  3. #3
    DWG Warrior
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    South Bronx, south south Bronx.
    A Giant In The Lentils

  4. #4
    DWG Warrior
    Join Date
    Jul 2008
    South bronx for the rapping and the bridge for the beat, if we talk about the songs
    if we talk about which neighbourhood was making better rap, i'll say 70s and 80s south bronx and 90s queensbridge
    Last edited by djmpfortyfive; 21-02-15 at 06:49 PM.

  5. #5
    DWG Warrior
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Queens, NYC
    I think The Bridge was a better song than South Bronx, but The Bridge is Over is the best song of this war.

  6. #6
    DWG Contributor
    Join Date
    Dec 2006
    New Forest, UK
    I love both but if pushed, The Bridge....the b..b ...b...bridge
    Marching across this war-torn land, Liberty Grooves is here to bruise the bland...




  7. #7
    DWG Warrior
    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    Stockholm, Sweden
    I can't pick one. They're both 5 mic classics.

  8. #8
    DWG Warrior
    Join Date
    Oct 2006
    Copenhagen, Denmark
    The Bridge cause they have a bridge which South Bronx doesn't

  9. #9
    I heard The Bridge when it was still a world premiere on WBLS and just watching it build momentum and how the Juice Crew were all touring together and Eric B & Rakim were on board for some of the shows & radio interviews while "Eric B is President" was still new... I was a huge Bridge supporter because it seemed like a huge positive movement... and it went on for months around the time all of these other great records were played on the radio with it (Raising Hell, etc)

    When KRS came out, I have to admit I thought he (and his attitude) was super shitty and stepping in the middle of a good vibe that was created by "The Bridge" (i.e. "You should reach for your goals cause i'm reaching for mine") It wasn't until "The Bridge is over" came out that I even remotely warmed up to BDP and even further (a lot of it had to do with him being co-signed by Red Alert who I also supported), when KRS & Just-Ice teamed up, that's when I actually gave BDP's first album a full listen (and it still had to grow on me) I still had to get over the image of the front cover of the album which to me at that time was seen as the "bully" winning.

    I have to give it to "The Bridge". Maybe the outcome would have been different for me if I just bought the records and never listened to the commentary on the radio between Juice Crew & BDP or put it in context with the records.
    Last edited by Jorun Bombay; 02-03-15 at 05:04 PM.



Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts