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White Hot

by Johnny Dangerous

Johnny Dangerous is the first and original X-Rated, Raunchy Hip-Pop Star. Whether he's whispering an erotic story of hot man-on-man fucking or verbally abusing wack hoes in his way, this iconic gayngsta is NOT to be fucked with.
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1. White Hot
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2. Take Your Man
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3. Breathe (featuring Ricoshade)
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4. Three Minute Pop
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5. Dirty Is The New Black
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6. (Wan Dat) Ass Is
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7. Hotline (featuring QBoy & Soce)
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8. Gayngsta Glam (featuring Bob Flosse)
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9. Curious
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10. 2 Hot 4 T.V. (featuring Deborah Kelly)
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11. Eat It
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12. I Wish U Would
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13. Hot Boi (featuring Tori Fixx & JenRo)
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14. Crushhh! (featuring Nicky Click)
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15. Drop Kick (featuring Aaron-Carl)
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16. Dirty Is The New Black (DJ Pain 1 Remix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"What's wrong with gettin' dirty if you clean up well??" sneers two-time Outmusic Award nominee Johnny Dangerous with a sexy raised brow on his explosive #1 MTV/Logo single, "Dirty Is The New Black." It's a slogan that fits the self-described faggot MC like a luscious pair of buttery leather pants, lyrics delivered with the trademark slippery ease that catapulted him into cult status within the gay community in part thanks to heavy rotation on the LOGO Network. And now this recent success has led America's favorite queer rapper to take on the rest of the world, coming as no surprise to those who've followed him since his days on New York’s first-ever Peace Out Homohop Festival tour, the widely publicized first ever Homorevolution Tour and since appearing in the pages of URB Magazine, The Advocate, Unzipped, Instinct, Attitude and more.

Dangerous' sophomore LP, "White Hot" channels vintage Beastie Boys, Salt-N-Pepa and J. J. Fad, and unfortunately for the haters, our potty-mouthed protagonist has not gone soft in the least! Johnny tackles the issues within his own experiences with censorship, the gay media, the War, suburban swingers and cheating lovers -- the latter done superbly on the cheeky first single, “Take Your Man." All this brazen confidence and blazing wit adds up to a dirty electro-pop rap sound that frames Johnny's sexified rhymes like a moustache on a 70s pornstar. It sounds as if Johnny's the ying to famous dirty-girl Peaches' yang but brings to the table more booty-bouncing beats. In fact, if the Johnny Dangerous sound were personified, you'd find him in a dark alley behind Bloomingdale's five minutes before lights-out with a smirk on his face and a hand in his pocket. Yessir, this is the original bad boy of homo hop ready to reinvent himself as the X-rated hip-pop star he's meant to be, and he's not asking anyone nicely to please move their ass aside. “I’m not a hip hop artist, I’m an entertainer who happens to rap. My lyrics are raw, my music is hot, and my message is honest,” Johnny says. “Whether you love me or hate me, I’m a rockstar, cunt! I do what I want!"


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OutHipHop.com

“White Hot” boldly thrusts Johnny Dangerous as a new kind of artist
Johnny Dangerous 2008 is here. With his “White Hot” release, He takes leaps and bounds from his debut, “Dangerous Liaisons”. In one fast 58 minute sweep, he simultaneously rebelliously confirms He is the Queen of Nastiness and redefines his place on the musical map.

“White Hot” boldly thrusts Johnny Dangerous as a new kind of artist, one who will not be enslaved or held captive to the musical genres of “hip hop” and “rap”. Are there hip hop songs? Yes. Does he rap? Yes. Does this CD sound like what most people think of when they think of hip hop and rap? Not always. And there, it seems Johnny has achieved his primary goal, which is to redefine himself musically and distinguish his uniqueness.

Producer extraordinaire Tori Fixx seems to have the biggest role in the CD, and every track he produces bring out the new sound of Johnny Dangerous. With tracks like “Take Your Man”, “Three Minute Pop”, “Gayngsta Glam”, and “Dirty is the New Black”, Tori helps create the new Johnny Dangerous sound with a mix of electronic and industrial music styles and a fat dance beat. Imagine Nine Inch Nails with a dance beat. Another Fixx produced track, “Breathe” is hot hip hop that those looking for more standard hip hop will appreciate. The track also features the West Coast’s Ricoshade and is one of the best on the CD. “Eat It”, and “(Want Dat) Ass” are songs with infectious rhymes and filthy lyrics. What is also impressive is how the other producers such as Aaron Carl and Juba Kalamka integrate Johnny\'s new sound into their tracks as well.

So, yes, the CD contains many catchy hooks and fat beats, it is something that Johnny Dangerous fans will love. Hardcore hip hop heads, maybe not so much. Many of the songs retain his pride in rapping about gay sex…we are indeed constantly made aware how he likes men who are well endowed, how he likes to have his ass eaten, and many other explicit sex details Johnny revels in. At times, it grows old. But if there was a top 40 radio station for explicit queer music, this CD would spawn 5 to 6 hit singles, as the formula that runs through this CD is infectious and addictive. Even with that said, there are no \"filler\" tracks on this CD, even the bonus track, DJ Pain 1\'s version of \"Dirty is the New Black\" is such a hot mix that it is indeed, a bonus!

Dwayne Jenkins

Oh My!
After jamming to a few of Johnny's collaborations with Torri Fixx, Deadlee & Aaron-Carl, I finally took a chance on purchasing his full CD. Johnny, Johnny, Johnny, you are one nasty, talented, trash talking Dude and I love it! You are lyrically dangerous, and funny. Do your thang!