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You Gonna Luv Me Remix. Rhymes about girls, weed, cars, and jewelry are never too self-involved, and when the earnestly sung hook to “Fantastic” kicks in, you begin to realize that Da Backwudz are lovingly making fun of Dirty South hip hop. Stream or buy on: Styles Dirty South Southern Rap. Introspection Late Night Partying. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully.

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And they do so without discrediting it or themselves. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes.

Welcome 2 Da Backwudz. Ouvrir le menu Fermer le menu Apple. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. Stream or buy on: Rhymes about girls, weed, cars, and jewelry are never too self-involved, and when the earnestly sung hook to “Fantastic” kicks in, you begin to realize that Da Backwudz are lovingly making fun of Dirty South hip hop.

Making Money Counting Hundreds. Black produced their first radio single, “You Gonna Luv Me,” which was noticed by some major labels, including Warner Bros. They don’t pretend that they haven’t been inspired by Goodie Mob and OutKastand it certainly shows throughout Wood Worktheir first album. Tweet user ratings 7. Sexy Trippy All Moods.

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Super-producer Dallas Austin was so knocked out by da Backwudz that he signed the duo and reactivated the Rowdy label. Styles Dirty South Southern Rap.

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Whatcha Know ‘Bout My Life. The serious songs are snapshots of ghetto reality and general alienation, most of which maintain some wor, but the peak of the second half, “Feelin’ Lonely,” addresses several quite serious topics. Just as the first half of the record was both unabashedly crunk and self-effacingly satirical, the second half is poignant, plaintive, and sometimes touching, but without getting too serious to be believable.

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The eccentricity and versatility of Da Backwudz’s music place them outside the categorical box of crunk music in the s Southern rap scene — but not that far.

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That track features the most inspiring moment of the record, in which one of the song’s fictional protagonists is wrongly scorned for being gay. With this track, and the slow-burning, entirely serious but still clubworthy “Lock And Load” that follows it, Da Backwudz back up their political statements with undeniable fervency.

Half an hour into the album, you’re jumping out of your seat and getting crunk, but you’re smiling and laughing while doing so. Tracks like “You Gonna Luv Me” and “The World Could Be Yours” — also produced by Blacka Midwesterner who does little to affect the duo’s Southernness — combine Southern machine bump with flipped soul samples worthy of Just Blaze or Kanye Westand the MCs are adept over slow-grinding funk and bracingly tense soul, utilizing their heavy drawls and lyrical versatility.

JonM July 18th 18 Comments. Da Backwudz Wood Work 4. The World Could Be Yours. Great work on the review to, I’ll have to check this out. Even without considering the contributions of the Decatur MCs, aork album is a bumpin’, chillin’, Southern experience, never repetitive, always crunk but never too much so, and innovative enough to sound Southern without being limited. You have to be logged in to post a comment.

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You Gonna Luv Me Remix. That’s the kind of remark one might expect from someone who has spent the majority of the last few years working with U.

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They kick off the bacwkudz with the most obvious OutKast reference, the swinging, uptempo “Welcome 2 Da Backwudz,” which twangs with Dirty South charm, and follow that with their first single, “You Gonna Luv Me,” which rolls slowly through your hood and proclaims the arrival of the next Atlanta hip hop phenomenon. When they’re throwing down and flossin’ hard on the first half of the record, the rhymes are subtly tongue in cheek, and when they’re standing up for their rights on the second half, they never forget to relieve the pressure by chillin’ and letting loose every once in a while.

Even without the full support and crazy claims from Austinda Backwudz would have a lot to live up to. If Da Backwudz followed a track like “Fantastic” with some Dead Prez flag-burner, the record would be absurd, but that is not Backwudz style.