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  1. #11
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    here´s a nice NOLA Rap timeline...

    http://gcpress.com/bounce/bounce_timeline.html

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    classic Juvenile


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    Yah CMR was still releasing dope shit in 1998 - 1999 when most of the majors were putting out disgusting excuses for music, still for me it's their mid nineties releases that get me amped, forever looking for the Mr. Ivan - 187 In A Hockey Mask 12" sampler which I doubt even exists.. It's a possibility tho because there's samplers for Kilo G's Bloody City and Tec-9 Straight From Tha Ramp too.

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    ^Nice, straight from VHS!!

    HOT DAMN those video hos are hot.

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    Other N.O classics with videos:

    DJ Jimi - Where They At?



    Top 5 most important song in N.O history. Video is the clean version tho

    Juvenile - Solja Rag



    Holdin' their Reeboks up in the air!
    Last edited by BB; 29-06-15 at 12:53 PM.

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    B-32 & DJ Crack Out w/ PxMxWx & Ms Tee - I Need A Bag Of Dope



    The inverse of Grange Hill's Just Say No.

    Lil' Slim - Neighborhood Terror



    Lil' Slim's Thug'n & Plugg'n album was where Mannie found his own sound beyond Bounce, imo. Lil' Slim is very underrated in the scheme of things since the whole Hot Boys flow originates with him.

  8. #18
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    I was browsing the internetz and came across this excellent article about U.N.L.V.

    Worth a read.

    https://narratively.com/new-orleans-...ne-more-verse/
    Hypnotical Gases - Keeping my proboscis out of the dirt.

  9. #19
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    ^^^absolute legends, drag'em in the river is still one the best rap song from new orleans.
    Tec-9 is now in prison and i know they recently acquired the digital rights of their album from cash money, so every digital purchase goes to them.
    Lil ya sent me a new unreleased bounce track he did recently , which is an updated version of" talking some mo shit"

 

 

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