Archive for the ‘Trigga City’ Category
You gotta hand it to Adult Swim. First they brought us the Mouse & The Mask, an album by MF Doom and Dangermouse that was heavily influenced by Aqua Teen Hunger Force and other adult swim shows. And now they’ve dropped ATL RMX on us, a free album featuring southern hip-hop tracks remixed by electro artists. Young Jeezy? Check. Young Dro? Check. Two (count ‘em) Li’l Jon tracks on the mix? Check.
Grab all the ATL RMX tracks here.
Woolcovered recently pointed out that Cadence Weapon has released a mix tape under the “pay-what-you-can” model.
I threw Cadence five bucks for the album, and you should too. I saw him perform in ‘08, and he was pretty entertaining. Here are a couple of tracks to get you started:
I picked up that shirt in the above picture at Capsule (69 Yorkville Avenue, Toronto). I don’t think that a single gun is repeated on the entire shirt, but I bet that the part of you that is stoked for the G.I. Joe movie is trying to name every single one of those guns.
According to Wikipedia, Jook music is a “dance-driven genre” that is a mixture of “Bass, House and Hip-Hop.” It comes from Tampa Bay, a town alternately known as Jook City or Trigga City.
Count me in.
One of the best parts about Tampa Tony’s Myspace profile is the number of people stopping by to show him some “luv” and express their support for him while he is in jail.
Tracks courtesy of Palms Out Sounds.