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Dre for his debut solo album, The Chronic. Largely debuting via this album,  Snoop also raps the hookwhich reduces "bitches" to performing fellatio and which fellow guest rapper Daz 's verse heralds as "the anthem. A bandmate Eazy-E as a "bitch,"  who allegedly cheated Dre of money, and to incidentally call N. A's manager Jerry Hellerallegedly complicit, "a white bitch. Dre's musical sound, borrowing from funk music's subgenre P-funkshaped a new rap subgenre, gangsta funk, G-funk  having a smooth musicality, whereby The Chronic singles, lyrically milder, broke gangsta rap onto popular radio.
Delores Tucker largely targeted this song, album, and record label. A, into an urban socialite, threatening violence only to guard his own lifestyle of leisure and indulgence. Social critics alleging adverse cultural effects by gangsta rap have recurrently indicted this song.
InIce-T 's song " 6 in the Mornin' ," stealing from electro rap and "funk hop" some attention in the Los Angeles area's rap scene, was gangsta rap 's inaugural anthem, reaching gold sales. A turned gangsta rap grim. A took gangsta rap to platinum salesbut dissolved in early once record producer Dr. Dre left. A's brash lane, Dre had creative control, industry cachet, and soon, at low cost thereby, studio access.
Assisted by Daz and by Warren G Dre reused classics of soul and funk music, especially its subgenre P-funkto shape a new sound,  casting a new aura: gangsta funk, G-funk. Dre debut solo album, The Chronic. In the album's issue, its final listed track is "The Roach," subtitled " The Chronic Outro,"  plus a long silence. So I stepped in the doorway and I could hear what they were trying to do. I said, 'Man, look out, y'all trying to do this. Dre's verse was written by The D. In Aprilunheard since N. A's album and breakup, Dr. Dre reemerged. The producer Dre links the vocals of the four "Bitches Ain't Shit" male rappers closely, barely skipping a beat between them, effecting teamwork:  Snoop's hook twice, Dre's verse, Daz's verse, Snoop's hook once, Kurupt's verse, Snoop's verse, and Snoop's hook twice.
Of the hook's three rounds, the latter two host a nondescript, male voice subtly whispering, "Bitches ain't shit. Jewell's closing few words abruptly go a cappella and, echoing, fade out while Dre's refrain returns once more and, fading out, echoes across two bars. First verse Dre : Promptly after Snoop opens with the hook,  Dre narrates a personal tale of a specific "bitch"—a man who allegedly shorted Dre's money—until, closing the "real conversation," Dre calls a "pass to Daz.
Second verse Daz : Off and rapping before Dre silences, Daz exploits "hos" and grows camaraderie, "chilling with your homies and shit, and have my niggas kick the anthem like this," Snoop's immediate hook recital. Third verse Kurupt : A beat later, Kurupt tersely adds to the hook and then, like Daz, refers generically—"bitches" or "hos" or "tricks"—ultimately closing with a brag, "turning them trick-ass hos the fuck out, now.
Fourth verse Snoop : Seizing the next beat, Snoop narrates just the second tale of a specific "bitch"—this one a woman, unfaithful—and caps it with his third and final round of trumpeting the anthemic hook. Fifth verse Jewell : Dre returns to intermittently deadpan, "Bitches ain't shit," while Jewell—a woman, singing soulfully, then rapping vociferously—stamps her endorsement, if mostly I don't give a fuck!
Based on an early rap feud, Dre's verse never directly comments on women. Rather, complementing brief skits and the single " Fuck wit Dre Day ," it is the album's final smear of Eazy-E.
A groupmate, Eazy had founded the group and owned its label, Ruthless Records. A among his clients. In real life, feeling underpaid as an N. A rapper and Ruthless Records' prime record producerDre, although ed as exclusive to the label,  left it. Although both touting hedonism,  Daz, operating systematically, alike a gigolostalks profit and eyes leisure, whereas Kurupt, derisively mistrustful, chases sheer thrills.
Here, women resemble a faceless breed of indulgent but disloyal nymphomaniacswho if shown men's affection would repay it by becoming the men's adversities as traitors and perhaps as parasites. Daz, before heralding Snoop's hook recital as "the anthem," advises best practices to grow relaxation time with "your homies. Kurupt, out to buy a 40 oz.
Snoop skims a saga of finding himself as "a nigga on sprung," "up in them guts like every single day," and "in love like a motherfucker," walking into his debacle with her, "a bitch named Mandy May. Snoop Eastwood. Dre," retrieving him from a jail stint, pose, "Snoop, we got news.
Now wise to her "tricking" during his "county blues," Snoop, who "ain't been out a second," already must inflict some "chin checkin. Whereas "bitches can't deal," Jewell, "a bitch that's real," belts, "I don't give a fuck—about a bitch," and will "let her know that she can't fade this. Since the November release of "Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang," the album's singles, lyrically milder, pervading popular radio, shifted the rap genre's spotlight, for the first time, from the East Coast to the West Coast. All inmany rap records gained the Parental Advisory label,  Newsweek smeared rappers as, in one reading, "ignorant black men who scream obscene threats,"  and a Florida judge, triggering ban laws, ruled a rap album, As Nasty as They Wanna Beobscene, US history's first in music.
On the sidewalk at Madison Avenue, they laid, and some trampled, the boxes of gangsta rap. In SeptemberC. Delores Tuckerchair and founder of the National Political Congress of Black Womena lobbying group in Washington DC, reentered the public eye to take up the battle against gangsta rap.
But in Maythe Tucker and Bennett attacks on Time Warner had aired a television commercial in four major cities,  and gained a prime ally, Senate majority leader Bob DoleRepublican presidential candidate. Too Short 's lyrics, smearing types of women since or even were comparatively vague. It became common to hear people say, almost apologetically, 'Oh, I just like the beat. As ethnomusicologist Kyra Gaunt notes, "examples of women defending their love of the beats, but not the rhymes," "leaves them looking like their participation is all about the body, not the lyrics.
The Chronic already out a couple of years, one Sarah Jonesfrom Brooklynattended a party hosted by a New York rap mogul. This is not me. You know, I disagree! On the other hand, more recently, theatrical researcher Amy Cook,  analyzing dynamics of role casting, listens repeatedly, appraises her own cognition, and—despite others' likelihood to cast her as "one of the various 'bitches' "—soon finds, "Even I, a white female, feel impelled to him, to sing along about how 'bitches ain't shit. Instead, "singing along, I take on the position of the powerful, the angry, the sad, the person aggrieved by 'bitches.
Dre's carefully crafted "G"—the sociable street gangsta ever at leisure, doing violence only on threats to his comforts and privileges  —spawned untold copycatting. Ides malt liquor and Tanqueray gin, in the s. Sharing what, "if I was a dude, I'd tell y'all," Lil Kim's song "Suck My Dick"—a directive shared by the "Bitches Ain't Shit" hook  —asserts that "niggas," or men generically, "ain't shit.
As the 21st century settled in, by absorbing the label bitchwomen preempted its use against them, and reframed it to buoy their own ambitions. But byin the rap genre itself, "Bitches Ain't Shit" had seemingly stood since "the beginning of time. In earlyAmerican singer, songwriter, and musician Ben Foldsan alternative rock artist, who formerly fronted the band Ben Folds Fivehad a new solo album out, Songs for Silverman. With the single "Landed" forthcoming from it, he needed a B side. Dre 's and Snoop Dogg 's lyrics, including the hook,  and, he says, "just added pretty chords and one of my best melodies.
Without the gloating and boasting in Daz 's verse and in Kurupt 's verse, and Attracted to thick women with a big butt kings Oakland sluts Jewell 's endorsement and boasting in her own verse, the cover versionwhere Dre's and Snoop's sagas of betrayal are the only verses, lets even the vulgar hook suggest hurt.
Whereas many covers stand unto themselves, the irony of this cover, switching genres and largely races and subcultures,  employs recognition of the Dre and Snoop original version, a dramatic contrast. Reynolds" and "Lin-Z,"  a rendition ironically sentimental,  "had spread by word of mouth and was now doubling my audiences," Folds explains,  although the growing presence of "drunken college boys" discomforted him.
At shows of Ben Folds headlining, "The cackles and singing from the audiences," writes a researcher appraising them,  "suggest that they are hailed by the song, welcomed in, and engaged to be a part of it. And they like it. Dre's rap album"a sumptuous slice of Olympic-level sexism that's almost as memorable as Ben Folds' emotional, piano-ballad version.
Dre album's 25th anniversary,  some audiences heard tales instead about the venerated, ironic cover. Dre, "the lyrics department," Folds recalls. Alternative rock Comedy rock. Dre, 'The Chronic' at Classic track-by-track review"Billboard. Yet pp — skim feud between Lil' Kim and Foxy Brown while slurring each other as sorts of "bitch". The rappers' parlance generally re Attracted to thick women with a big butt kings Oakland sluts quick run as a quick trip for more intoxicant, as affirmed by Kurupt's verse, its lyrical pickup from the hook. Yet written sources of the lyrics may slightly depart.
Edinburgh: Canongate Books, p Whatever that interpretation's merits, Baldwin, mistaking the hook's first line for the song's very title, and citing no other lyrics, asserts, "African-American women are often portrayed as welfare queens making babies merely to stay on public assistance or 'gold-diggers' who use their sexuality to take black men's meager earnings' Kelly, This narrative can be found in Dr.
Dre's song 'Bitches Ain't Shit But Hoes and Tricks,' or E 's ' Captain Save a Hoe ,' in which men are chastised for taking care of a woman and her children, especially if they aren't his own" [p ]. More accurately, the "Bitches Ain't Shit" lyrics are as follow: Dre overlooks women; Daz uses women for sex and money; Kurupt uses women for sex and esteem; Snoop, in love, finding his girlfriend cheating, is stunned and heartbroken; Jewell, a woman, deflecting female critics and rivals, boasts of autonomy and making her own money.
Rabin explains, "Gangsta rap taught us that the worst thing any man could do was to fall in love with a woman", who then "can break your heart", and "can turn your world upside down. But if gangsta rap teaches anything, it's that a bitch ain't nothing but a bitch and a ho ain't nothing but a ho. The Chronic preaches that bitches ain't shit but hos and tricks. Spady, Charles G. In part, Reeves explains, "Laced with memorable hooks and beats grooving on cruise control, these songs sold gangsta life not as a violent reaction to a cruel world but as a state of mind, a posture, an attitude".
More specifically, "the true force behind The Chronic phenomenon was the pop-crafted ingenuity of its singles", mainly " Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang " and " Let Me Ride ". Not fleeing the police on grim streets, Dre's gangstas were cruising sunny boulevards in modified Chevy Impalasshowcasing them at street rallies, mingling at barbecues, and, after nightfall, drinking malt liquor at parties, at any moment puffing weed, altogether, at that time, "a glamorous brand of gangsta rap".
Reeves adds, "Whereas the threatening sounds Dre created for N. As videos from Dre began to win regular play outside of Yo! MTV RapsThe Chronic solidified the new crossover, especially among hip hop's growing pop audience—white youngsters whose silent majority, since the rise of P. A, indirectly shaped and affirmed this direction with its monetary support" [ p ]. Dangerfield, "Tupac Shakur", in Mickey Hess, ed.
Gosa, "The fifth element: Knowledge", in Justin A. Williams, ed. A, employing videos depicting "acclaimed and imagined places" showcasing street gangs' hubs in South Central Los Angeles, Compton, and Long Beach. But unlike warring Crips and Bloods sets, "G-funk artists remained united in messaging and representing, creating a profound cultural force with the benefit of broadcast media ", blending "two overarching behavioral types, the nihilist gangbanger and the enterprising hustler", "stressing 'gratuitous, individualist pleasures of the moment' Quinn,p What is most remarkable is that G-funk music became mainstream.
Dre's ' Nuthin' but a G thang ' was arguably the 'hardest rap' to ever rank high 2 on the Billboard Hot chart". But gangsta rap's breakout period, tosaw massive growth in black incarceration, mainly via illicit drug sales, and gangsta rap's popularization spurred unprecedented growth of black street gangs. Humez, eds. But this paper states that Tucker, before being sued by Death Row in Augusthad sued Death Row—a claim seemingly absent from sources. Jones's poem suggests that rap music had recently been redirected from true, cultural liberation to men's lascivious indulgence.
Dre and Snoop Dogg feat. Google Books tends to conceal pwhich explains, "the part that I chose to excerpt skewed sad", "like a sad Johnny Cash song with a lot more vulgarity. Slowing these words down from their gangsta-rap presentation and adding a melody creates an absurd effect, both sad and funny. Sung this way, the misogyny in the original lyrics, no matter how wrong, COULD be explained by how badly the narrator was hurt". The single's B side"Bitches Ain't Shit", spent one week on the Hotwhere it held 71 for the week ending on April 2, The single's A side, "Landed", in two weeks on it, peaked at 77 on February 26, Although defaulting to the Hotthis web has a drop menu that, categorizing the Hot as a "popular" songs chart, can switch to a "pop" songs chart, rather, the Adult Top 40where "Landed" peaked at 40 on August 13,and where "Brick", a single by his earlier band, Ben Folds Fivepeaked at 11 on March 21, [" —Adult Top 40 "].
Meanwhile, on another "pop" songs chart, the Mainstream Top 40"Brick" reached 17 on March 28, [" —Mainstream Top 40 "]. As of Junethe other Ben Folds appearances on Billboard charts are for albums, like the "popular" albums chart Billboard Ben Folds"PasteMagazine. Viewable on Amazon's Look inside feature, they say, in part, that the song "was expanding my audiences much like ' Brick ' had done for Ben Folds Five in the decade before.
I can't say I was completely thrilled with this new demographic", "more drunken college boys", and "YouTube was full of CHILDREN lip-syncing along with the vulgar song—something I wasn't expecting"—which "never got easier for me to sing. It always felt so very wrong, but, then, that was also part of what made it interesting", while "this crude and melancholy tune was undoubtedly my hit" [p ]. Music should work to ease social tensions, not throw gasoline on the fire, even inadvertently.
I don't want non-white people in my audience subjected to large s of white people gleefully singing a racial slur that had never been the point. We had our Dre moment. Moving on" [p ]. A, amid backstory on their precursor, contemporary, and evolving rap scene in the Los Angeles area. In more focus on the scene's transition from electro rap to gangsta rap, whereby N. For more on the album, see Steve Huey, "N. Dre's brother, Snoop's early rap battles and his new album", Hot 97 YouTube "Verified" channel, 10 Augmark.Attracted to thick women with a big butt kings Oakland sluts
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