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Mad Decent Worldwide Radio #30: BOUNCE IT
Mixed by Emynd

I started listening to Bounce music about two years ago and, over the past couple years, have acquired a pretty extensive collection of CDs, MP3s, and records of this really rich music.  For those unfamiliar with Bounce, it is a fairly unique strain of club-oriented hip-hop that originated in New Orleans sometime around 1991 with MC TT Tucker's "Where Dey At." Almost 20 years later, Bounce still dominates the urban club and block party scene in New Orleans with very little major label backing.  Just as Baltimore Club is based on the Lyn Collins' "Think" break and the Gaz "Sing Sing" break, Bounce beats are based on samples from The Showboy's "Drag Rap" (aka "Triggerman") and Derek B's "Rock The Beat" drum break (more commonly known as "the Brown Beat"). The best club music seems almost always to thrive on calculated simplicity, and Bounce is no exception, relying on MC work that is based on simple call and response chants, straightforward rhyme schemes/patterns, and repetitive dance refrains.  My buddy Noz-- http://www.cocaineblunts.com -- has helped me learn a lot about this music and several years ago (right after Katrina), he put together a really great collection of earlier Bounce songs that you can download (http://www.cocaineblunts.com/blunts/?p=690).  Also, the first podcast on New Orleans rap has got some good stuff on it as well.

In contrast to Noz's collection of songs, I made my mix as an effort to put people onto some more recent New Orleans Bounce songs and artists that they likely aren't very familiar with.  As you'll notice pretty quickly, I've kept the mixing and DJing to a real minimum and tried to move pretty quickly from song to song to fit in as much stuff is possible.  There isn't a real rhyme or reason for most of the selections on here.  They're mostly just a bunch of Bounce songs I really like, and I'm hoping some of y'all will enjoy this stuff enough to go and support some of these artists.  I've provided links wherever possible to help make that search as easy as I could because a lot of these folks have a pretty strong presence on Myspace.  Please hit these dudes up on their Myspace, support their events, and buy whatever you can from them.

Tracklisting:
1.  Intro
2.  DJ Jubilee "Get Ready, Ready!" (1997)
3.  Chev "Picture This" (2004)
4.  5th Ward Weebie "5th Ward Weebie Part 3" (2003)
5.  Peacachoo "Get High" (2004)
6.  Kilo "Pop Dat Tattoo" (2008)
7.  Peacachoo and Blaza ft Hot Boy Johnny "Danity Kane Remix" (2007)
8.  Kane and Abel featuring 5th Ward Weebie and Hot Boy Ronald "Toot It Up" (2003)
9.  5th Ward Weebie "Dip It" (2008)
10.  10th Ward Buck "Drop & Gimme 50" (2007)
11.  9th Ward Tea "Pull A Muscle" (2008)
12.  Peacachoo and Gotty Boi Chris "Cut It Up" (2006)
13.  Sissy Nobby "Snake" (2008)
14.  De Ja Vu "Abracadabra" (2005)
15.  Peacachoo and Gotty Boi Chris "Blocka Blocka" (2007)
16.  South Rakkas Crew and Emynd "Mad Again (NOLA Bounce Remix)" (2008)
17.  Dime Gyrl Drell "They Mad" (2005)
18.  Gotty Boi Chris ft 5th Ward Weebie "Where She At" (2005)
19.  Gotty Boi Chris "She Make Me (Laaard!!!)" (2005)
20.  Faster Boyz "I Ain't Had Sex In A Long Time" (2004)
21.  10th ward Buck "Buck Hop" (2004)
22.  Naughty "Walk With It" (2003)
23.  DJ Jubilee "Where Y'all From" (2004)
24.  2 Sweet "Do Like I Told Ya" (1997)
25.  Katey Red "Melpomene Block Party" (1999)
26.  Willie Puckett "Doggie Hopp" (1997)
27.  Partners n Crime "We Don't Love Them Hoes" (1994)
28.  DJ Jubilee "Back That A** Up" (2000)
29.  Ricky B "Y'all Holler" (1996)
30.  Lil Wayne & Curren$y "New Orleans Classic" (2007)
Direct download: mad_decent_worldwide_radio_30_-_Emynd__BOUNCE_IT_.mp3
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