Thursday, May 31, 2012

BOUNCE: Mix for Chapter 5

This is a continuous mix that I made to accompany Chapter 5 of my book, which covers the years 2000-2005. After the groundbreaking success of the late 1990s, New Orleans’s rap scene quickly faded into the background of the national music industry. While a very small number of New Orleans-based artists were able to reach wider audiences, many of them—including a growing cohort of openly gay “sissy” rappers—chose to make music geared towards the distinctive tastes of local audiences. The song titles are listed below the embedded player.



TRACKLISTING

1. Soulja Slim, "Make It Bounce" (0:00 to 1:16)
2. Lil Wayne, "Go D.J." (1:17 to 2:54)
3. Juvenile, "Slow Motion" (2:55 to 4:23)
4. Choppa, "Choppa Style" (4:24 to 6:30)
5. UNLV, "Bootie Bop" (6:31 to 7:41)
6. Hot Boy Ronald, "Walk Like Ronald" (7:42 to 9:05)
7. Katey Red, "Y2Katey: The Millenium Sissy" (intro) (9:06 to 9:19)
8. Katey Red, "Melpomene Block Party" (9:20 to 10:45)
9. Katey Red, "Local New Orleans" (10:46 to 11:05)
10. Katey Red, "Y2Katey: The Millenium Sissy" (11:06 to 11:44)
11. Big Freedia, "A’han, Oh Yeah" (11:45 to 12:37)
12. Big Freedia, "Gin In My System" (12:38 to 13:46)
13. Katey Red & Big Freedia, "Stupid" (13:47 to 15:11)
14. Chev, "F@%k Katey" (15:12 to 16:14)
15. Juvenile, Wacko, Skip, "Nolia Clap" (DJ Chicken remix) (16:15 to 17:36)
16. Destiny’s Child, "Independent Women" (DJ Chicken remix) (17:37 to 18:34)
17. Peacachoo, "Mario Grindin" (18:35 to 19:04)
18. 2Pac, "Bounce Gangsta S**t" (DJ Duck remix) (19:05 to 21:17)
19. Gotty Boi Chris, "Bend Ova" (21:18 to 22:45)
20. Gotty Boi Chris, "Laard!" (22:46 to 24:05)
21. Dyme Gyrl Drell, "Ya Gotta" (24:06 to 25:10)
22. Nake Niggidy, "Getcha" (25:11 to 26:32)
23. 10th Ward Buck, "Fasta" (26:33 to 28:17)

If you're having trouble with the above file, try this one, compressed at 160 kbps for lower bandwidth users:

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