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Screwed Up Gorillaz - Slowed & Chopped

by Big Pokey & E.S.G.

H-Town Supergroup
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Dirty South
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1. Intro
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2. Money Do 1st Of The Month
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3. Hustle Time
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4. Interlude
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5. Dope Man
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6. Lets Take A Toast
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7. We Keep It Gutta (feat Punpin & 100)
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8. Interlude
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9. Gut U Sum Hoe
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10. Been Getting Money
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11. ESG Checks In
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12. We Holdin
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13. Interlude
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14. Nigga Don’t Understand Me (feat. Slim Thug)
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15. ESG Woodfiggaz Interlude
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16. Diss How Da Story Go
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17. Freestyle Flow
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18. Mobb Shit (feat Mobb Style Family)
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19. R.I.P. Interlude
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20. I’m A G (Remix) (feat. Scarface, Lil Keke, Killa Kyleon & Ginny
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21. Feel Your Pain
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22. Coming Soon
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23. Wha’Cha Know About
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24. Outro
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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One of the more accomplished members of the Screwed Up Click, Big Pokey hooked up with DJ Screw in the early \'90s and started dropping rhymes on the DJ\'s many mix tapes. His first full-length album finally appeared in late 1999, Hardest Pit in the Litter, which ended up being one of the better underground albums to come out of the South that year. A year later, Pokey returned with D-Game 2000, another album of mid-tempo 808-driven beats featuring several of his Houston peers as guests. In 2001 he collaborated with the Wreckshop Wolfpack for Collabo and then returned in 2002 with another solo album, Da Sky\'s da Limit. Blessed with a Notorious B.I.G.-like rap style, Pokey had spent a few years playing football and studying kinesiology at Abilene Christian College before finally deciding to dedicate himself to rapping.

irty South pioneer E.S.G. trailblazed through the late-\'90s movement and helped popularize the \"chopped and screwed\" style associated with his onetime home, Wreckshop Records. The \"Everyday Street Gangsta\" (born Cedric Hill) made his first major move in 1995 when Perrion Entertainment released Ocean of Funk (1995), which featured his breakthrough single, \"Swangin\' and Bangin\',\" and its accompanying \"chopped and screwed\" mix. Though commonplace a few years later, the chopped and screwed style of remixing hadn\'t yet become trendy. Thus the mix became just as popular as the song itself, if not more so. This success inspired Perrion to reissue the most impressive songs from Ocean of Funk (\"Swangin\' and Bangin\',\" \"Crooked Streets,\" and \"Smoke On\") on Sailin\' da South (1995), this album distributed widely by Priority. Following these related 1995 albums by Perrion, E.S.G. maintained a low profile while imprisoned yet continued to reap the continuing success of Sailin\' da South as its reach spread beyond Texas. He returned from prison in 1998 with a dark album for Blackhearted (Return of the Living Dead). Around this time, E.S.G. took on an increasingly hardcore stance, presumably in response to the rising competition throughout the Dirty South movement. He next joined forces with Wreckshop Records, an up-and-coming Houston label driven by the reputation of the immortalized DJ Screw, and recorded a pair of albums, Shinin\' & Grindin\' (1999) and City Under Siege (2000), as well as a chopped and screwed remix of the latter. By this point considered one of the eminent rappers in Texas alongside Lil\' Keke, Fat Pat, U.G.K., and Lil\' Troy, E.S.G. capitalized on his reputation by co-establishing his own label, S.E.S. Records. The label\'s first release, Boss Hoggs Outlaws (2001), paired the rapper with newcomer Slim Thug and sought to initiate S.E.S. among the increasingly crowded Dirty South market. After E.S.G. cut the solo album All American Gangsta in 2004 for the label, he switched to Sure Shot for his 2006 release Screwed Up Movement. The release came with a bonus chopped and screwed CD and featured the cut \"Watch Yo Back,\" which dissed his former collaborator Slim Thug.


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