This track has gone down in history as one of the best Houston hip-hop recordings ever. Release Date June 27, Big Moe] Chillin with my partna on his Bday I done came through and a nigga raidin a trunk I'm out the Southside I told You hoes I'm not no punk I'm comin real, I'm thinkin bout poppin pills I stay on tha Leal, yall know the deal I'm came through and ya know I'm comin rollin hard I represent that hood, yeah the Tre Ward You know I'm comin clean Starchin down the scene I'm comin down sippin on that drank the codeine [Verse 9:
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Big Moe] I done came through, chillin' with my boy Screw You know we popped up in a foreign hoo-doo We came through and we sippin' On that drank juhe We comin' down lookin' like playas and like stars You hoes gotta feel a down ass fuckin' G I represent that Three, that nigga M-o-e I came through, banging, screwed up in my hoo-doo You know I'm comin' real Partna then I think ya knew That boy tha lean and fell on his head We comin' through rollin' Caddy rollin' marble red You gotta feel me, that boy comin' through I'm lettin' these boys wreck on the Mic I thought you knew [Verse 8: Big Moe] It's that nigga, nigga named M-o-e I represent that Southside, yeah the 3 Hooked up scres them boys off that Long Drive You know we stayin' playa made You know we gotta strive To the T-o-p, that's the top man I'ma come through nigga down to bring the pain If these hoes down to jack, I want you to know We comin' down bald fades, not afros [Verse 3: Verified Artists All Artists: You Ain't Never Change.
This track also serves as a great example of the Southern style of rapping. Big Moe] Chillin with my partna on his Bday I done came through and a nigga raidin a trunk I'm out the Southside I told You hoes I'm not no punk I'm comin real, I'm thinkin bout poppin pills I stay on tha Leal, yall know the deal I'm came through and ya know I'm comin rollin hard I represent that hood, yeah the Tre Ward You know I'm comin clean Starchin down the scene I'm comin down sippin on that drank the codeine [Verse 9: Yet it's hard to imagine Screw's legacy being what it is if 277th for his role as an adamant advocate of "syrup sippin'," a Southern rap phenomenon involving codeine-infused cough syrup -- the resulting intoxication induces a hallucinatory state where everything 27tth down and becomes the senses swirl.
June 27th Freestyle
Key-C] Now we chilling, now we just leaning And we coming up, finne pop up on the scene, and Just got some drank from that boy with that Bird And you know we just jund up on some syrup Now you know we gone, going real strong I'm thinking riding far, I'm thinking riding uune Drop, roll, barre: Listen on Apple Music. The Houston DJ made a name for himself primarily because of his uncanny mixing style, which found him pitching down his records to a lumbering and quite eerie pace.
When You Lose Someone. June 27th DJ Screw. Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube. Still Pimpin Pens feat. Out tha backdoor, that nigga named Pokey I'ma comin' out the Southside Representing tha Three I'm comin' down playa made, and ya know I'm real I'm down out the South, down to pop me a pill I'm rollin' wood grain, down that South main I'm out the South ya know I'm down Fuckin' to bring the pain Because we comin down and my Little boys gone wreck We comin' down, yellow broads we Puttin' hoes in check [Verse 6: Release Date June 27, Ironically, when Screw was found dead in his studio of a fatal heart attack at the tender age of 30 on the morning of November 16,the Houston Chronicle published a story stating that police suspected Screw of overdosing on the same syrup that he so adamantly advocated.
Still, Screw did serve as a leader for Scew burgeoning rap scene; his home studio, The Screw Shop, functioned as the home base for what was loosely referred to as the Screwed Up Click, including semi-successful rappers such as Big Pokey and Lil' Keke, along with about 30 others were known locally.
Oddly enough, he preferred to release his mixes almost exclusively on cassette, though fans often recorded the mixes and traded them via the Internet; in addition, countless "screwed" remixes of popular rap anthems were widely available on Napster thanks to his cultish following.
June 27th Freestyle Lyrics [Intro: Jume hard to deny that this phenomenon wasn't as important to Screw's popularity as his music was especially considering some of his tape titles: Key-C] Damn, chillin with my old school crew That's how we do, wearing Nike shoes Big Po-yo And a chain charm And I gotta have clean Rolex on my arm When I come through bladed up popped up We gone come on down All these hoes a nut Niggas suck my dick I'm down with my click All that hatin shit, that shit ain't even thick That shit is kinda low I never been scree ho Chillin with my partna tha Kici and Big Moe That boy be wreckin on them tapes gotta give him his props I'm thinkin comin down With a tight drop With dem buck I don't give a fuck All them fuckin haters you know they stuck Cause I'm strapped with my 9 I'm strapped with a.
After spending most of the s as an infamous local phenomenon in Houston, TX, DJ Screw suddenly found himself gaining sudden notoriety before his unfortunate death in late Produced by DJ Screw. His legacy lived on, though, since his trademark mixing style was by no means exclusive, as countless imitators had arisen in the South by the time of his death, the most noteworthy being the Swisha House and Beltway 8 record labels.
nune All Screwed Up, Vol. More unfortunate, though, was the loss of Screw to Houston's fledging scene, which seemed on the verge of being nationally recognized as a Southern rap mecca.
How DJ Screw Made June 27 a Houston Holiday | Mass Appeal
I Put It Down. Over the course of the '90s, what began as novelty actually became a rather scrrw venture for Screw, who produced hundreds of mix tapes, with some estimates projecting his total number of tapes topping over a thousand; furthermore, he sold the tapes at his Houston-based record store, Screwed Up Records and Tapes.
BORN June 27, This Is for My Dog. This track has gone down in history as one of the best Houston hip-hop recordings ever. As marijuana was to early-'90s gangsta rap, LSD was to late-'60s psychedelic rock, ecstasy was to late-'80s rave -- and so on -- the syrup sippin' advocated by Screw's trippy hip-hop mixes led to a small drug movement within the late-'90s Dirty South genre, reaching its zenith with Three 6 Mafia's hit "Sippin' on Some Syrup" in We'll have things fixed soon.
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