The following song is dedicated to the GA girls who rushed over to my blog and scattered semi-coherent comments all over the place.
Fabric is a popular night club in London, Eng-a-land. In addition to being super hyphy (duh) on a regular basis, Fabric releases mixes from its celebrity song pickers. Diplo just put out Fabric 24
, and Detroit techno gawd Carl Craig helms 25
. Today's song comes from a mix that Dips did to promote the other, commercially avaliable mix.
Now, much electronic ink hath been spilled over the burgeoning micro-crunk bounch aesthetic. To put it plainly, I have little to add. Lil Jon heard "Grindin," and understood how silence in hip-hop could be downright dirty-scary, especially in the era of Bad Boy samples of overblown 80s hits. So, Lil Jon started writing four note synth lines and made millions, and now every no name producer is trying to do the same thing. With such a starck
background, the MC's has got to have a big voice and a bigger personality to fill the song out.
"GA Girls" takes crunk, keeps it quiet, but makes it pretty. I wish I knew more about this song. I think the girls in Crime Mob are responsible.
Four-sound independent crunk beats three chord punk five times out of five.
GA Girls- GA Girls