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Ceo Mississippi Sipp Of Kandy Paint Records Official Bio

Mississippi Sipp Bio

Terry Terell Brisco(born January 12,1985), better known by his stage name Mississippi Sipp is an Ceo American rapper and southern song writer. True Playas,Pimps,Hustlas and Fans of Down South Hardcore Reality Rap know Rapper & Ceo Mississippi Sipp Of Kandy Paint Records talent and street fame like they know their own. As a young successful 29yr old Player from the South and CEO of Kandy Paint Records Mississippi Sipp blazed the scene following local popular Southern rap acts such as Dj Bigg V (Fema Mixtape Vol 1.) Lower 9,BDP(BLACK DOGG POSSE),754 Boyz,Needle in a Haystack,Filthy South Coalition,Wrong Doing Records,Black Gold and countless of others to follow. As a Ceo,Artist,Song Writer,Producer 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,Project Pat,Baby,Lil-Keke,UGK,Mr.Pookie,SUC,LIL FLIP,CED T,3-6 Mafia,Playa Fly,Big Pokey and many other Houston Texas Rappers Help Gave Mississippi Sipp “DA NEW DOWN SOUTH SOUND”. Born Terry Terell Brisco twenty-nine years ago in the small town of Leland Mississippi born & raised in the rough and tumble neighborhood of Black Dog on Caraway & Jackson Street where he experienced the various ups and down associated with being a young Black male growing up in the South. Like many southern areas in the late 80s Leland,Mississippi was hit with a crack epidemic that turned the once peaceful town upside down. Drugs and violence became a common place and Mississippi Sipp struggled to avoid the traps that the Streets and Court System set up for young black men. One of the things that helped him through his struggle was listening to music.

As A big big fan of Down South Music Mississippi Sipp started his first rap group in the late 90’s called Black Dog Posse Dope Boyz with his childhood friend Byron Jones. Later Mississippi Sipp and others from Leland,Mississippi ended up amongst the violence and Gun Play so Mississippi Sipp was forced to move to another location in Leland and also changed their name to the “MLK BOYS” due to the NEW area where they Chilled,Rapped and Trapped Dope at. Also everybody drove Red Cadillac cars. Mississippi Sipp first taste of success was when a local Artist and a close friend of his uncle Eric “Snoop” Brisco named Ced-T had gotten recognized by a local Texas record company called Rap-A-Lot Records but Ced T was later on Killed and gunned down in a neighborhood in Leland,Mississippi but not by any rivals but by a out of towner who was just a Jealous person. After all the heartache and pain of seeing a young Artist get Killed at the time Mississippi Sipp was at the age on the come up to where he can understand that even the closets or the person you look up too most can leave or get killed at any given moment. In 1998, Mississippi Sipp was forced to relocate in another rough area up north which was the Northern Virginia/Washington DC (DMV) area due to so much violence and gang banging in his Leland,Mississippi neighborhood after he and others joined and restarted a long time click “VICE LORDS” were they only wore Redd and always kept trouble around since there was nothing left to do in Leland,Mississippi besides Rapping,Dope Selling,Stealing,Smoking,Hustling,Keeping it Real or just living day to day Grind and day to day Crime. Mississippi Sipp dropped his national mixtape called Going Back To Leland. The mixtape contained the hit single from the underground film Down South Live&Uncut called Dirty Struggle a tale of a young hustler bleeding the block red. The record made Mississippi Sipp an instant local star but fans never took it serious for a young 14yr old at the time to say and talk about such harsh street tales also with the I-dont-give-a-fuck attitude on the mic and with no video or radio support the single was heard but after time passed by it was forgotten. As a result of all the negativity and moving back and forth from up north too going back down south to Leland,Mississippi and in & out of trouble his talent started to fade and all focus was lost but at the same time Mississippi Sipp continued to listen to all old school southern music especially “Screw Music” plus new and upcoming artists from the south with that being said gave him personal time to write for others and write his own songs from the struggles he was going through at the moment, Before Mississippi Sipp had a chance to give up his rap ambition another local CEO from up north by the name of Brian Pinkney heard Sipp flowing outside of a club one night and wanted to sign him instantly to his company called ASAP Records but instead he actually assisted Mississippi Sipp at establishing his own label Kandy Paint Records in the summer of May 2005. The soon to be success of the young Kandy Paint Records CEO is not only gonna make Mississippi Sipp the next biggest sensation out of the south but also will wake the world up and let them know that its more to music in the south other than Club Hopping,Big rims,Gold Teeth,Drugs,Pimping Hoes,and Sipping DRANK. Mississippi Sipp is one of the most sought after Ceo/Song writer/producer and rapper in the game as of 2013 and beyond. In the past 7 years he has produced records for many underground southern rappers and also has been featured on many underground albums and mixtapes. Now its time for Mississippi Sipp to release his own first and most anticipated album ever in between 2006-2007 called Cadillac Dope Boy which is on his self made label Kandy Paint Records. Cadillac Dope Boy named after Sipp’s ambitious and successful skills, this is the first and most talked about underground Album including many more to come for the Leland,Ms native. The World should be on the look out for Mississippi Sipp and get prepared for the take over that Kandy Paint Records is in the mix of doing the south wont be the same after this company blow up in smoke just like previous success like other big companies No-Limit,Cash Money,Rap-A-Lot,Slip-N-Slide,SoSoDef,Trill Ent,Grand Hustle,Suave House,Hypnotize Minds(3-6 Mafia),Screwed Up Click,Swisha House, etc . . . . . . . . Kandy Paint Records 2014…..Mississippi Sipp Later released his second debut album “Tawk Real” in the summer of July 2008 independently. Mississippi Sipp is currently traveling the world off of his hit single “Ball Nigga Ball”
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DJ Screw: The “Chopped & Screwed” Urban Culture & Genre Will Live On For Eternity

Chopped and Screwed (sometimes called screwed and chopped or slowed and throwed) refers to a technique of remixing hip hop music which developed in the Houston hip hop scene in the 1990s. This is accomplished by slowing the tempo down to between 60 – 70 quarter-note beats per minute and applying techniques such as skipping beats, record scratching, stop-time, and affecting portions of the music to make a “chopped-up” version of the original.

History

Preceding the early 1990s, most Southern hip hop was upbeat and fast, like Miami bass and crunk. In Houston, a different approach of slowing music down, rather than speeding it up, developed. It is unknown when DJ Screw definitively created “screwed and chopped” music: although people around Screw have indicated any time between 1984 to 1991, Screw said he started slowing music down in 1990 and also in Tulsa Oklahoma Dj Dinero And Dj Z-Nasty helped popularize Chopped And Screwed music in the Mid South.[2] There is no debate, however, that DJ Screw invented the music style.”[3] He discovered that dramatically reducing the pitch of a record gave a mellow, heavy sound that emphasized lyrics to the point of almost storytelling. After messing around with the sound for a while Screw started making full length “Screw Tapes”. At first the music was only referred to as “Screw music”, was limited to the South Side of Houston, and was seen as laid-back driving music. As Screw’s tapes started to gain popularity he started selling his tapes for around $10.[4] Screw was known to feature some of Houston’s most renowned rappers from the South Side. This eventually led to the formation of the Screwed Up Click.

Between 1991 and 1992, there was a large increase in use of purple drank in Houston.[1] Purple drank has been considered to be a major influence in the making of and listening to chopped and screwed music due to its perceived effect of slowing the brain down, giving slow, mellow music its appeal. DJ Screw, however, repeatedly denounced the claim that one has to use purple drank to enjoy screwed and chopped music. Screw, a known user of purple drank, said he came up with chopped and screwed music when high on marijuana.[2]

In the mid-1990s, chopped and screwed music started to move to the North Side of Houston and to such people as DJ Michael “5000” Watts[1] and OG RON C. It wasn’t long until a rivalry between north and south Houston started over who were the “originators” and who were the “adopters”. Michael “5000” Watts always gave credit to DJ Screw as the originator of chopped and screwed music. It is also believed that Michael “5000” Watts came up with the term “screwed and chopped”. As time passed and a younger generation got into the style, there became less worry over who was an originator of the style and who was an adopter. In the late 1990s, with the help of P2P groups such as Napster, chopped and screwed music spread to a much wider audience.

In 1999, PSK-13, an associate of DJ Screw and the Screwed Up Click (also a member of the South Park Coalition), released a screwed version of his album Pay Like You Weigh 5000 [5] which was one of the earliest examples of a full length album being given the treatment.

On November 16, 2000 DJ Screw died from a lethal combination of codeine and alcohol. Shortly after the passing of Screw, screwed and chopped music spread all over the southern United States.[citation needed] Later in 2000, the Memphis based group Three 6 Mafia came out with their song “Sippin’ on Some Syrup”. The song at first was just a minor hit but later became one of Three 6 Mafia’s most popular songs.

In 2001, 8Ball & MJG released a screwed version of their album Space Age 4 Eva (2000). The mixing was handled by Michael “5000” Watts of the famed Swishahouse, being the first screwed and chopped release on a major label.

In 2003, David Banner released a screwed and chopped version of his album Mississippi: The Album, being a first by an artist from Mississippi.

In 2005, the first screwed and chopped albums were added to the iTunes shop catalog.

In 2006 Chamillionaire’s The Sound of Revenge (Screwed & Chopped) by OG Ron C became the most successful screwed and chopped album to date.

In 2010 a Chopped n Screwed app was released for the iPhone and iPod Touch in the iTunes App Store. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/chopped-n-screwed/id396656782?mt=8

In 2011,University of Houston Libraries acquired over 1,000 albums owned by DJ Screw.Some of the albums will be part of an exhibit in early 2012 and the rest available for research in 2013.[6]

Today it is still common to see screwed and chopped versions of mixtapes and albums released alongside the regular speed versions, sometimes in a double disc format with one disc screwed and the other regular speed.

Subculture

Chopped and screwed music was created by DJ Screw in the early 1990s. Part of the chopped & screwed music scene is a beverage known as purple drank (the active ingredients being codeine and promethazine; the color purple, which is usually present as a dye in the “drank,” has also become a symbolic color or motif to identify chopped and screwed versions of songs or whole albums. The 2007 documentary film Screwed In Houston produced by VBS/Vice Magazine details the history of the Houston rap scene and the influence of the Chopped and Screwed sub-culture on Houston hip-hop.

*Article Published By Mississippi Sipp Of Kandy Paint Content on behalf of Wiki and the Chopped & Screwed Culture.

 

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