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So New Orleans bounce music was ACTUALLY originated in QUEENS NEW YORK

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The show boyz, a group out of Queens NY, were the confirmed pioneers of the New Orleans bounce movement. They dropped this song in the 80s which caused the creation of the N.O bounce movement


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post #2 of 24
The ole everything originated outta NY thing lol

That song is tough tho haha
post #3 of 24
It's true, though

Even Weezy gives them their credit
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post #4 of 24

Whhhaaaaaaattttt :hat:hat

House music changed me...Dame Dash vs. French Pimps. I still bankhead bounce.
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post #5 of 24

yes, they used the triggerman sample in bounce tracks, but bounce music is sooooo much more than just the triggerman

it's zydeco, it's blues, it's hip hop, it's house, all rolled in 1

 

it's no surprise that different hip hop based styles that got going in the 80's got inspiration from music in NY, that was the only game in town then.

stop trying to be insidious.  Region wars is tired

 

using a sample = actually originating in Queens? :lol


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The ole everything originated outta NY thing
 

 

 

 

 

Can't wait to read the responses from our Southern bretheren regarding this. :lol

post #8 of 24
If it weren't for the Great Migrations 1 & 2...

All our a-ss would still be in the SOUFFFF


SOUFF UP!!!
post #9 of 24
This is the very behavior and mentality I was talking about in the Max B thread.

NY ****** are something else man. laugh.gif
post #10 of 24

I hear it the link for sure.

 

However I wouldn't call that new orleans bounce. It may be a progenitor of New Orleans Bounce but that song in of itself is not bounce.

 

Using your logic, New Orleans bounce is actually from Jamaica because New Orleans bounce came out of early hip hop and early hip hop came out of Jamaican toasting.  See what I mean? The link is not so direct that you can say bounce came out of NY.

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post #11 of 24
Human civilization started in new york
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Human civilization started in new york
Adam & Eve was born in Harlem Hospital

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post #13 of 24
Bounce music and where ever it came from in Jamaica is trash
post #14 of 24
This not a bounce song though.
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Bounce music and where ever it came from in Jamaica is trash

You wildin'. Bounce is one of the few genres that have women in the city getting loose instead of looking pretty for the gram.
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post #15 of 24

this is one of my favorites segments from the Dirty States documentary

 

Beatrice doing a chant

 

 

they talk about the Triggerman too

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post #16 of 24
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This not a bounce song though.
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Bounce music and where ever it came from in Jamaica is trash


You wildin'. Bounce is one of the few genres that have women in the city getting loose instead of looking pretty for the gram.
This only song I know to get them women I like loose in the city Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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post #17 of 24

:lol 

 

i found the gal for you g

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This only song I know to get them women I like loose in the city Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
[/SPOILER]



I've been around when you played that at parties and that's a no.

Prolly Jay's best song but women don't be trying to hear that unless it's shorty in the video above....and she's not 6'0 roll.gif
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i found the gal for you g

That's about right.
Chest tattoo.....check
Knows politics....check
Can check folks that my suburban *** can't...........check double check.

She is a winner, thanks dude, one up
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This only song I know to get them women I like loose in the city Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I've been around when you played that at parties and that's a no.

Prolly Jay's best song but women don't be trying to hear that unless it's shorty in the video above....and she's not 6'0 roll.gif
Tell them about them 6'0 chicks


But this is how I feel when them chicks don't be feeling the song.
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Well at least in my mind
post #22 of 24
Wasn't this song in the background in New Jack City?
post #23 of 24

NY was the 1st colony so it makes sense

post #24 of 24

sit down dawg

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