DJ Screw- The Untold Story Full Documentary(Chopped & Screwed Originator)

DJ Screw (Robert Earl Davis Jr. that is) is arguably one of the most influential figures in modern music, inventing the chopped and screwed DJ technique, which started out as a regional craze, but has since grown to the point where one can’t really imagine there not being music built from slowed down, syrupy rhythms.

A ridiculously prolific artist, with over 200 tapes to his name alone (we can also perhaps thank him for making mixtapes such a vital force), this documentary talks you through his life up until his early death in 2000 at the age of 29, and includes interviews with those close to him – including members of his Screwed Up Click – and footage of the man himself both at work and rest.

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Triple 6 Mafia Better Known As “Three 6 Mafia” A Hip Hop Group Originally From Memphis, Tennessee

 

Three 6 Mafia are a hip hop group originally from Memphis, Tennessee, signed to Sony Music Entertainment under the Columbia Records imprint. Formed in 1991 as Backyard Posse then later Triple 6 Mafia, by DJ Paul, Lord Infamous, Juicy J and Koopsta Knicca, the group later included two more members including; Crunchy Black and Gangsta Boo (both added shortly before the release of their debut album Mystic Stylez). The group has also collaborated with many other rappers on their own label; Hypnotize Minds, where they launched the careers of many Memphis rappers, such as Frayser Boy, Gangsta Blac, Lil Wyte and Indo G. The group frequently collaborates with Project Pat (Juicy J’s older brother). Their 2005 song “It’s Hard Out Here for a Pimp” from the 2005 film Hustle and Flow won Best Original Song at the 78th Academy Awardswith the group being the first hip hop artists to perform at the ceremony.

The group released their debut underground album Mystic Stylez in 1995 through Prophet Entertainment, a record label they created but have since relinquished control of. Their musical style—which initially featured dark, menacing beats with equally gritty lyrics—has since moved to a more mainstream sound. The group has also had numerous lineup changes, and now consists of original members Juicy J and DJ Paul. Nonetheless, they have cultivated a sizable and diverse cult following that has only increased since their Oscar win. Two of their albums are RIAA-rated platinum: When the Smoke Clears: Sixty 6, Sixty 1 (2000) and Most Known Unknown (2005), the latter featured their well-known single “Stay Fly”, which is said to have kick-started their rise to fame and the mainstream. The group’s worldwide album sales stand at 5.5 million. In 2013, five of the original members reunited, performing under the name Da Mafia 6ix, and are planning to release a new album in Q2 2014.

 

History

The group started in 1991 in Memphis with DJ Paul (Paul Beauregard), Juicy J (Jordan Houston) and Lord Infamous (Ricky Dunigan). The original name for the dark hip hop group was “Backyard Posse”. The group formed through the release of numerous EPs from their own record company with Nick Scarfo, Prophet Entertainment, which were sold around Memphis and the Mid-West. Later DJ Paul and Juicy J formed their own label, Hypnotize Minds Records. During their early career, they also propelled the careers of several other rappers. Eventually added before the release of Mystic Stylez were rappers Koopsta Knicca (Robert Cooper), Gangsta Boo (Lola Mitchell), and Crunchy Black (Darnell Carlton). They left the label due to money disputes.

The group expanded and help start the careers of notable Mafia affiliates such as Project Pat, Al Kapone, La Chat, Lil Wyte, T-Rock, Killa Klan Kaze, Playa Fly and Indo G. The production acumen of Juicy and Paul also brought about a number of side projects such as Tear da Club Up Thugs, Hypnotize Camp Posse and Da Headbussaz as well as independent label ventures.

At this point in the group’s evolution, having signed to a major label and having scored an admirable hit single, group leaders DJ Paul and Juicy J began extending their brand. They started by releasing solo albums by Gangsta Boo and Koopsta Knicca, solo albums by their affiliates such as, Can It Be? by Gangsta Black, Ghetty Green, Murderers & Robbers, Mista Don’t Play: Everythangs Workin’ and Layin’ da Smack Down by Project Pat, Doubt Me Now, Phinally Phamous, The One and Only and The Bad Influence by Lil Wyte, Angel Dust by Indo G, Gone On That Bay by Frayser Boy, and compilation-styled albums such as collections of tracks from earlier years (Underground Vol. 1: (1991-1994), Underground Vol. 2: Club Memphis, Underground Vol. 3: Kings of Memphis). Three Six Mafia also originally coined the term “Crunk” as a description of their Southern type sound.

 

Academy Award

Three 6 Mafia became the first hip-hop group to win an Academy Award for Best Original Song with “It’s Hard out Here for a Pimp” (co-written by Frayser Boy). They were also the first hip-hop artists to ever to perform at the ceremony. It was the second hip hop song (and the first crunk/dirty south song) to win an Oscar, after Eminem’s “Lose Yourself”, from the film 8 Mile (2002). Right before presenter Queen Latifah announced that they had won, she chuckled and sang a refrain from the popular song. The energy from Houston, Coleman, and Beauregard’s presence and acceptance speech was infectious, causing that year’s Oscar host Jon Stewart to quip “How come they’re the most excited people tonight?…. That’s how you accept an Oscar.”

Events after Academy Award win

On June 7, 2006, Sony officially acknowledged the departure of original Triple Six Mafia member Crunchy Black. He stated his reason for departure was to make a solo album that DJ Paul and Juicy J had allegedly put off for years, with most of the material being used for Most Known Unknown. Thereafter Three Six Mafia consisted just of remaining members DJ Paul and Juicy J.

The two producers of the group had their own reality show, Adventures in Hollyhood, on MTV. The show focused on what it’s like to be a member of Three Six Mafia, balancing the increased fame after their Oscar win while attempting to stay true to their fans. The show premiered on April 5, 2007 on MTV.Three 6 Mafia also featured on Justin Timberlake’s “Chop Me Up” from his 2006 album FutureSex/LoveSounds.

After leaving Three 6 Mafia a number of years prior, Lord Infamous was featured on DJ Paul’s second solo album Scale-A-Ton, which was released on May 5, 2009. Lord Infamous was featured on 8 tracks. Juicy J’s second solo album Hustle Till I Die was released on June 16, 2009.  The album featured his brother and frequent collaborator Project Pat  and other rappers such as V-Slash,  Gucci Mane,  Webbieand Gorilla Zoe.

Three 6 Mafia released their eighth studio album Last 2 Walk on June 24, 2008, after multiple delays. The album featured collaborations with Project Pat, Lil Wyte, Akon, Good Charlotte, Lyfe Jennings and UGK.

The group were working on their tenth studio album titled Laws of Power in 2009, it has spawned four singles so far, “Shake My” featuring R&B signer Kalenna and rapper Pitbull was released September 8, 2009. “Lil’ Freak (Ugh Ugh Ugh)”, which features Louisiana rapper Webbie was released on September 25, 2009. The third single, “Feel It”, featuring Tiësto, Sean Kingston and Flo Rida was released in November, the single was later nominated for ‘Best Hip Hop Dance Track’ at the 2010 International Dance Music Awards. The last single to be released from the album was “Shots After Shots”, which featured Tech N9ne and production by Dr. Luke. The album has since been put on hold by Columbia Records, with DJ Paul and Juicy J pursuing other ventures and solo careers.

After a number of mixtapes, DJ Paul released his third solo studio album A Person of Interest on October 22, 2012. He announced that the album is a mix of gangsta rap and crunk music, with it also incorporating influences from dubstep and electronic dance music. The album featured past collaboraters Lil Wyte and Gucci Mane, and also came with a bonus DVD including a self-titled short movie, music videos and behind the scenes footage. On November 26, 2013, DJ Paul released Volume 16: The Original Masters, a remaster of his 1994 mixtape 4 Da Summer of ’94, on iTunes.

From 2009 through 2012, Juicy J also moved away from Three 6 Mafia to focus on his solo career. During this time he released a number of solo mixtapes such as Rubba Band Business and Blue Dream & Lean. He also frequently collaborated with rapper Wiz Khalifa, appearing on a number of his mixtapes. In December 2011, Juicy J confirmed that he was the newest member of Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Gang imprint – as an A&R and one-third owner of the imprint.After releasing a series of singles, including the chart topping “Bandz a Make Her Dance” which features 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne, Juicy J released his third solo studio album Stay Trippy under Taylor Gang Records, Kemosabe Records and Columbia Records on August 27, 2013. Juicy J has since stated that he would still “love to” participate in a Three 6 Mafia album in the future.

Da Mafia 6ix

In 2013, it was announced that five of the six original members of Three 6 Mafia, DJ Paul, Crunchy Black, Koopsta Knicca, Lord Infamous and Gangsta Boo, were reuniting as “Da Mafia 6ix” with plans to release an album, which is currently scheduled for a March 2014 release. Recording began in Las Vegas in late 2013.Due to the established contracts with Sony, who own the rights to Three 6 Mafia, Juicy J could not perform with DJ Paul in a different group not under the label. DJ Paul explained the name change of the group was because of Juicy J’s absence, and that he would “look at it as a new project”.On November 12, 2013, Da Mafia 6ix released their first mixtape 6iX Commandments. The tape was almost entirely produced by DJ Paul and featured Yelawolf, 8Ball & MJG, Krayzie Bone, Bizzy Bone, SpaceGhostPurrp and HCP affiliates Lil Wyte, Skinny Pimp and La Chat, among others.Juicy J and Project Pat also appeared as surprise guests on the posse song “Body Parts”, being credited just as “& more” in the track listing. The mixtape was supported by the lead single “Go Hard” featuring Yelawolf.The mixtape also received a retail release and debuted at number 34 on the US Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.

On December 21, 2013, founding group member Lord Infamous died of a heart attack in his sleep at his mother’s home in Memphis, Tennessee.  The reunited group’s album, Watch What U Wish, will be released in 2014.

 

Discography

  • Mystic Stylez (1995)
  • Live By Yo Rep (1995)
  • Chapter 1: The End (1996)
  • Chapter 2: World Domination (1997)
  • When the Smoke Clears: Sixty 6, Sixty 1 (2000)
  • Choices: The Album (2001)
  • Da Unbreakables (2003)
  • Choices II: The Setup (2005)
  • Most Known Unknown (2005)
  • Most Known Hits (2005)
  • Last 2 Walk (2008)
  • Watch What U Wish (as Da Mafia 6ix) (2014)

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Mississippi Sipp “Rock N Roll” Smash Hit Single Debuts at #1 On The Streets

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Artist: Mississippi Sipp

Song Title: Rock N Roll

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Lyrics

Mississippi Sipp: Reaching 4 Fame Mixtape (2014 Release Date)
Hit Single: Rock N Roll
Label: Kandy Paint Records
Status:Unsigned Independent

Lyrics
Hook 14secs
Lets Rock and Roll (Lets Rock and Roll)
We Stole The Show(We Stole The Show)
Lets Rock and Roll (Lets Rock and Roll)
We Stole The Show(We Stole The Show)

Lets Rock and Rollllll (Lets Rock and Roll)
We Stole The Show(We Stole The Show)
Lets Rock and Roll (Lets Rock and Roll)
We Stole The Show(We Stole The Show)

46secs  Verse 1
You talk alot shit punk Bitch
But you aint saying nothing
Booming in yo city Nigga and my CITY my City Jumping
Talk alot of noise but you boyz
I aint Hearing Yall
Stall if u wanna Im make it thru the Battle Field
Look Real Real I aint no fag so lets make that Clear
No Diamond in my ear cause im scared
Da Local Feds Coming
We keep dat Infared Pumping
Redrum im dead drunk got no skunk
I call up my Patna cause I need to get 1
Burn Like a bitch Paranoid Cause u scared Punk
Rock then we Roll Pop a Molly u aint said nothing
Sipping so much syrup Nigga I started my Own Waffle Hose
Ima Keep stealing the show long as I got blood pumping

1:33
Hook
Lets Rock and Roll (Lets Rock and Roll)
We Stole The Show(We Stole The Show)
Lets Rock and Roll (Lets Rock and Roll)
We Stole The Show(We Stole The Show)

Lets Rock and Roll (Lets Rock and Roll)
We Stole The Show(We Stole The Show)
Lets Rock and Roll (Lets Rock and Roll)
We Stole The Show(We Stole The Show)

2:03 Verse 2
Every Chance I get I must admit
I Like the limelight
But wish I had a bitch who wanna fuck and suck all nite
Day 2 Day Flights Dis is Day 2 Day Life
Living Kinda Trife Cause aint shit Nice
Getting dat paper bread my digital currency alright
Fuck Latasha Nesha Keisha all in 1 Nite
Syrup wit dat Lean I Like my sprite Dirty
Rep 4 da Filthy South da Coalition blowing up
Kandy Paint Record we slick like Zab Juda
Running Game on bad bithes right from my Computer
Rock N then we Rolling Juug alot of G’s
Walk da water Tied the Wind with Jesus Christ
U feeling Me

2:49 Hook
Lets Rock and Roll (Lets Rock and Roll)
We Stole The Show(We Stole The Show)
Lets Rock and Roll (Lets Rock and Roll)
We Stole The Show(We Stole The Show)

Lets Rock and Roll (Lets Rock and Roll)
We Stole The Show(We Stole The Show)
Lets Rock and Roll (Lets Rock and Roll)
We Stole The Show(We Stole The Show)

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Paid In Full: The Richard “Rich” Porter Story (Kill Or Be Killed)

 

Richard Porter (10 November 1964 – 4 January 1990) was a former drug dealer who rose to prominence in Harlem during the War on Drugs in the mid-80s; police described him as being a “middle-level crack dealer” who “sold about $50,000 worth of crack a week”. The 2002 film Paid In Full was based on Rich and his partners Azie Faison and Alpo Martinez.

Life

Rich was born in Harlem, New York and began selling drugs at the age of 12, rising through the ranks of the drug trade in Harlem. He became known for his flamboyant and high-profile lifestyle and was rumored to have never worn the same outfit twice and that he owned over a dozen luxury vehicles that he kept in a garage in Manhattan during the height of his career as a drug dealer.

Death

He was murdered on 3 January 1990 at the age of 25 and his body was found the next day near Orchard Beach, Bronx. He was shot several times in the head and chest and the police found $2,239 in his pocket.His friend and former drug dealing partner Alpo Martinez was charged and convicted of his murder along with an accomplice, Gary.

On 5 December 1989 his 12 year old brother Donnell Porter was kidnapped in Harlem on his way to school and then had his finger cut off in order to extort $500,000 in ransom money from Rich. He was eventually killed and his body was found on 28 January 1990, a mile away from where Rich’s body was found and less than a month after Rich’s murder.

In popular culture

In film

  • The 2002 film Paid In Full was based on the life and death of Rich, and his involvement in drug dealing along with Azie Faison and Alpo Martinez. His character was portrayed by fellow Harlem native Mekhi Phifer.

 

In music

Jay-Z

“New Rich Porter, the way I flip quarters” – American Gangster.

“The twin brother of Rich Porter, separated at birth, I got the soul of a hustler” – There’s Been a Murder.

“This is Rich Porter, part two” – opening night of the Barclays Center freestyle.

Meek Mill

  • “Feeling like I’m Richard Porter, I’m really balling”, “They got me feeling like Rich Porter” – Rich Porter.
  • “When I step up in the club I’m feelin’ like Rich, Porter that is” – Niggas In Paris freestyle.

50 Cent

“Rest in peace to Rich” – Ghetto Qu’ran.

 

 

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Kandy Paint Records Live @ Midieast Studios (Record Label Introduction Video)

Mississippi Sipp- Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Black Dog Puna- Da President
Big Mook- Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Kandy Paint Records Terry Terell Brisco, aka Mississippi Sipp, began his career by distributing his records through a small Leland,Ms Area record label. He started out in Arlington,Virginia where his mother resided. Despite being on the East Coast, Mississippi Sipp maintained his connections to the South through his Grandmother and Uncles who remained in Leland,Mississippi. Terry “Mississippi Sipp” Brisco partnered up with his lifetime friends and family Big Mook(Chief Financial Officer) Black Dog Puna (Da President),Reign (his half cousin) & Marchello “Clak” Wright. Later he and Big Mook (along with his uncle Iceburg) went on to form the group KPR. During the early 2000′s, Mississippi Sipp released a few solo albums Cadillac Dope Boy & Tawk Real Da Album, with very much success. However, Mississippi Sipp was able to garner notoriety for himself and Kandy Paint Records in the South by collaborating with various mississippi artists and through his compilation albums One Percenters,Pimp Tendency & Kandy Paint Records 5 Stars. Following his success on the East Coast in May 2005, Mississippi Sipp decided the time was right to expand his label. After signing several digital online deals and a Internet buzz thats so big. Mississippi Sipp moved Kandy Paint Records and set up shop in Leland,Mississippi. He brought his sister,management and entourage. In 2014, Kandy Paint Records plan to sign a huge digital distribution deal with Apple to distribute Kandy Paint Records music. Mississippi Sipp will maintain ownership of all of his master recordings,publishing and his studio. He also became the label’s main artist, and also will releasing the album “Pimp Tendencies” later this year. By 2014, Kandy Paint Records will grow to consist of Mississippi Sipp, Big Mook, Black Dog Puna,Reign,& Clake. Mississippi Sipp also writes,produce,direct,act and screen write. This started his movie career which will lead to films such as Rise 2 Fame & Welcome 2 Leland. Big Mook, Golden Boy, debuted at Number One in the streets.Many of the Kandy Paint Records artists will reach longevity and complete other projects. By 2014 it appears that the focus of Kandy Paint Records was unlimited to the Leland Mississippi family. This notion was further strengthened with the release of his artist, Black Dog Puna self titled debut album. On January 12,2014, the company buzz was so large that they literally had the Internet going buzzing. Mississippi Sipp realized it is more sensible to continue to run Kandy Paint Records and organize and finance the company with profits from Digital Downloads & Club Appearance sales plus the assistance from a few private investors. He named his publishing company Kandy Paint Content”. By 2014, the organized label has full ownership. Kandy Paint Records look forward to developing its very own distribution company, Black Dog Entertainment.

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Rap Group “UGK” Underground Kingz Still Reign Supreme Years Later Even After Rapper Pimp C’s Death

UGK (short for Underground Kingz) was an American rap duo from Port Arthur, Texas formed in 1987 by the late Chad “Pimp C” Butler. He then joined with Bernard “Bun B” Freeman, who became his longtime partner. They released their first major label album, Too Hard to Swallow, in 1992, followed by several other albums charting on the Billboard 200 and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts, including the self-titled Underground Kingz album which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 in August 2007. The group has been featured on hit singles by other artists, such as on “Big Pimpin'” by Jay-Z and “Sippin’ on Some Syrup” by Three 6 Mafia. Pimp C founded UGK Records in late 2005.

On December 4, 2007, Pimp C was found dead in a West Hollywood, California hotel room.

History

In 1992, UGK was signed to Jive Records under a five-album contract, releasing their major-label debut album Too Hard to Swallow.While it featured several new recordings, it also featured several songs that had been culled from The Southern Way.However, several songs that had been intended to be included on the album were excised at the last minute, apparently due to their overly explicit content. Five of these songs would surface two months before the release of Too Hard to Swallow, on an EP distributed by Bigtyme Recordz; appropriately enough, the EP was titled Banned. A popular song from the album “Pocket Full of Stones” was also included on the Menace II Society soundtrack in 1993.

Their second album, Super Tight, was released two years later, on August 30. Unlike their previous album, Super Tight managed to break into the Billboard Hot 200 and ultimately peaked at #95; their third album, Ridin’ Dirty, peaked at #15.Ridin’ Dirty would also be UGK’s last album for the time being, as they went on a five-year hiatus not long afterward.

The year 2000 became a breakthrough year for the group. UGK made a high-profile guest appearance on Jay-Z’s smash hit “Big Pimpin'” and also appeared on Three 6 Mafia’s hit “Sippin’ on Some Syrup”. Both of these collaborations greatly increased their reputation, and helped fuel anticipation for their next project[citation needed]. Jive Records failed to capitalize on this new-found interest in the duo, as their fourth album, 2001’s Dirty Money, came and went with little fanfare.

Further problems arose when Pimp C was incarcerated for an aggravated gun assault charge in 2002.Throughout the time of his incarceration, Bun B carried on the UGK name by making numerous guest appearances on songs by other artists, with every appearance either mentioning Pimp C or featuring a “Free Pimp C!” or “Free the Pimp” chant. Many of UGK’s peers did the same, and mentioned Pimp C in their own songs with or without Bun B.During this period, Jive Records released a Best of UGK album, as well as a Chopped & Screwed remix album.  As a result of Pimp C’s incarceration, both members of UGK began solo careers out of necessity.

Rap-A-Lot Records released Pimp C’s solo debut, Sweet James Jones Stories, on March 1, 2005. Bun B later released his own solo foray, Trill, on October 18, 2005. It opened at #6 on the Billboard Hot 200, and also peaked at #1 on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-hop Album chart.

On December 30, 2005, Pimp C was released from prison and was to be on parole until December 2009. He released his first post-incarceration album, titled Pimpalation, on July 25, 2006.

On August 7, 2007 the group released their fifth studio album, the self-titled Underground Kingz. It was a double album, containing 26 tracks and spanning two discs.[10] Featured guests included Talib Kweli, Too Short, Rick Ross, Z-RO, Three 6 Mafia, Slim Thug, OutKast, as well as hip-hop legends Kool G Rap and Big Daddy Kane on a Marley Marl-produced track titled “Next Up”. The album also featured British rapper Dizzee Rascal on the track “Two Types of Bitches”,  following UGK’s guest appearance in Rascal’s own album Maths + English for the track “Where’s Da G’s”. The album featured production by DJ Paul & Juicy J, Jazze Pha, Swizz Beatz, The Runners, Lil’ Jon, fellow Texas legend Scarface, and Pimp C.  DJ Paul and Juicy J produced the second single, “International Player’s Anthem (I Choose You)”. They had used a similar beat on Project Pat’s album titled Layin’ Da Smack Down in 2002.

The album got a positive reception both commercially and critically. It received a 4-star rating from Allmusic, and reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 200 album charts. “International Player’s Anthem (I Choose You)” became the group’s only single to chart on the Billboard Hot 100 pop charts, where it peaked at #70.

Death of Pimp C

On December 4, 2007, Pimp C was found dead at the Mondrian Hotel in West Hollywood, California, after Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to a 9-1-1 call. They arrived to his sixth-floor hotel room to find him dead in bed. This was three days after he performed with Too Short at the House of Blues in Los Angeles.

On February 4, 2008, the Insite received a call from the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office with the cause of death. Officials there say the Houston rapper died from a Promethazine/Codeine syrup overdose combined with sleep apnea. His death was ruled an accident.

Bun B was interviewed a few days later by radio DJ Madd Hatta, and an audio recording has been posted online.

Bun B recently stated in an interview that there will be one last UGK album released, before he permanently becomes a solo act.”We were heavy into the meat of the album before Pimp passed,” says Bun. “The dedication song-the night I wrote it, I wanted it to be one of the last records recorded for this album after what happened.”

“Yea, we’re still putting together this last UGK record too, because there’s a lot of music that we’ve already recorded for it,” adds Bun B. “I think that album itself is going to be a little bit weird.”

Projects

Year Album US 200 US R&B U.S. Sales
1992 The Southern Way (EP)
1992 Banned (EP)
1992 Too Hard to Swallow 37 369,511
1994 Super Tight 95 9 374,985
1996 Ridin’ Dirty 15 2 847,454
2001 Dirty Money 18 2 522,943
2002 Side Hustles (Compilation) 70 10 88,570
2007 Underground Kingz 1 1 498,454
2009 UGK 4 Life 6 2 217,220

Kandy Paint Records Presents: Mississippi Sipp- 1 Deep Creeping

Artist:Mississippi Sipp
Song Title:1 Deep Creeping
Album:Cadillac Dope Boy(Released 10/6/2006) (Re-released in 2013)
Label:Kandy Paint Records
Location:Leland Mississippi

True Playas, Pimps, Hustlas and Fans of Down South Hardcore Reality Rap know rapper Artist/Ceo SIPP Of Kandy Paint Records talent and street fame like they know their own. As a Yung 28yr old Player from the South and CEO of Kandy Paint Records “SIPP” blazed the scene for local popular Southern rap acts such as Lower 9,BDP(BLACK DOGG POSSE),754 Boyz,Needle in a Haystack and countless of others to follow. As a Ceo,Artist,Song Writer,Producer,Graphix Designer and a Trill Hustler the LELAND MISSISSIPPI native is on the come up and is literally helping mold the sound of Southern rap music, certain influences like Dj Screw, Master P,Juvenile,Baby,Lil-Keke,UGK,Mr.Pookie,S UC,LIL FLIP,CED T,3-6 Mafia,Playa Fly,and many other Texas Rappers Help Gave “SIPP” DA NEW DOWN SOUTH SOUND. Born Terry “Terell” Brisco twenty-eight years ago in the small town of Leland Mississippi.
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Kandy Paint Records Presents America’s Undercover: What Is Twerking? THE “TWERK” DANCE!

Twerking

Twerking (/ˈtwɜrkɪŋ/) is a type of dancing in which the dancer, usually a woman, shakes her hips in an up-and-down bouncing motion, causing the dancer’s buttocks to shake, “wobble” and “bounce”.[1] According to Oxford Dictionaries, to twerk is “to dance to popular music in a sexually provocative manner involving thrusting hip movements and a low squatting stance”.[2]

The word twerking is of uncertain origin. Possibilities include a contraction of “footwork”, or a portmanteau of twist and jerk.[1]

According to the Global Language Monitor, “twerk” was the Top Teleword of the Year 2013.

Possible origins

Comparisons have been made with traditional African dances,[4] for instance the Mapouka from West Africa which was banned from Ivory Coast’s television due to its suggestive nature.[5] Twerking can carry both gendered and racialized connotations.[6] In the United States, twerking was introduced into hip-hop culture by way of the New Orleans bounce music scene. In 1993, DJ Jubilee recorded the dance tune “Do The Jubilee All” in which he chanted, “Twerk baby, twerk baby, twerk, twerk, twerk.”[7] The video for the song increased the popularity of twerking. In 1995 New Orleans-based rapper Cheeky Blakk recorded the song “Twerk Something!” a call-and-response dance song dedicated to twerking. In 1997 DJ Jubilee recorded “Get Ready, Ready” in which he encouraged listeners to “Twerk it!”.

In 2013, twerk was added to the Oxford Dictionary Online.[8] The dictionary said the word had been around for 20 years. The word was a runner-up in the Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year 2013.[9]

In US music

Twerking received recognition in national releases at least as early as the year 2000, when the Atlanta-based hip hop duo Ying Yang Twins, released their debut single “Whistle While You Twurk”, which received national airplay, peaking at #17 on the Hip Hop Chart and was further referenced in their 2002 follow-up release “Say I Yi Yi”, which prominently features the lyrics “She got her hands up on her knees and her elbows on her thighs, she like to twerk and that’s for certain I can tell that she fly”. On the 2005 hit single “Check on It”, as performed by Beyoncé, she sings “Dip it, pop it, twerk it, stop it, check on me tonight.”[10]

In 2006, a song titled “Pop, Lock & Drop It”, by St. Louis rapper Huey, reached No. 6 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. Also in 2006, the hit single “Sexy Back”, by Justin Timberlake, featuring Timbaland, from the former’s second studio album Futuresex/Lovesounds, featured Timbaland rapping the lyrics “Let me see what you’re twerking with / Go ahead, be gone with it, Look at those hips”. In 2011, a group of female dancers who call themselves the Twerk Team and have posted many videos of themselves twerking on YouTube, were mentioned during the song “Round of Applause”, by Atlanta-based rapper Waka Flocka Flame, featuring Canadian rapper Drake, in the line “Bounce that ass, shake that ass like the Twerk Team”.[4]

The 2012 single “Bandz A Make Her Dance”, by Memphis-bred rapper Juicy J, contains the lyric “Start twerking when she hear her song”,[11] while French Montana of the Bronx, New York, questions the ability of a girl to twerk by asking “What you twerkin’ with,” in his respective 2012 single “Pop That”, featuring fellow rappers Drake, Lil Wayne and Rick Ross.[12] The aforementioned songs, along with “Express Yourself” by Nicky Da B and Diplo, “Made twerking the most popular dance move since the Dougie”.[13]

In April 2013, Detroit rapper Danny Brown released a song titled “Express Yourself”, inspired by American music producer Diplo’s song of the same name. The song, produced by Boulder, Colorado-based producer Trampy, features a fast-paced electronic beat and is a composition about the popular dance craze twerking.[14] Brown dedicated the song “to all the ladies that like to turn up and have fun,” in which he raps “Toes on the wall and her ass in the air / And she twerk that thing like she ain’t have a care”.[15][16]

In 2013, 33 students from Scripps Ranch High School in San Diego, were suspended for using school equipment to make a twerking video on school grounds that was later uploaded to YouTube.[17][18]

In June 2013, veteran rapper Busta Rhymes of Brooklyn, New York, released a Jamaican dancehall-inspired single titled “Twerk It”. The song features Trinidadian-American rapper Nicki Minaj, who has been featured on several other “twerking songs”, including “Shakin’ It 4 Daddy” by Robin Thicke, “Dance (A$$)” by Big Sean and “Clappers” by Wale. Minaj can be seen twerking in all four of the aforementioned songs’ music videos. In August 2013, a song titled “Twerk”, by Young Money recording artist Lil Twist, featuring vocals from American pop singer Miley Cyrus and Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber, was leaked online.[19]

In August 2013, Juicy J has announced via Twitter, that he would give out a $50,000 scholarship for the girl who can twerk the best. The competition is inspired by the track “Scholarship” on his third album Stay Trippy, which contains the lyric “Keep twerking baby, might earn you a scholarship.”[20] Also in September, “Twerk” from the MTV VMA show was named the Top Television Word of the Year (Teleword) of the 2012-1013 TV season by the Global Language Monitor.”[21]

Youtube Twerk Videos:  https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=twerk+videos

Google Twerk Search: https://www.google.com/#q=twerking

HOW TO TWERK:  http://www.wikihow.com/Twerk