December 5, 2005
@ 08:06 PM

The time has come again for me to share the top five crunk tracks getting heavy rotation on my iPod. If you like Lil' Jon or the Ying Yang Twinz but don't know what else from the dirty south might tickle your fancy, try some of these tracks.

    1. Grillz - Nelly feat. Paul Wall & St. Lunatics
    2. What U Drankin' On - Jim Jones feat. P.Diddy, Paul Wall & Jha' Jha
    3. Stay Fly - Three Six Mafia feat. Young Buck, Eightball & MJG
    4. Stay Fly (Still Fly Remix) - Three Six Mafia feat. Slim Thug, Trick Daddy & Project Pat
    5. Turn It Up - Chamillionaire feat. Lil Flip

During the intro for Three Six Mafia's Most Known Unknown, they complain that they influenced a lot of what is popular in hip hop today but don't get the credit. These seems very true to me. I remember listening to tracks like Tear the Club Up and Hit a Muthafucka back in the late '90s in Atlanta before any of the ATL rappers really became hot down south. I'd definitely recommend the Most Known Unknown Hits to any fan of the genre.

PS: I don't like D4L's Laffy Taffy but it is the first song that I've seen have about a dozen people doing synchronized dance steps in a club. So it gets an honorary mention.


Monday, December 5, 2005 8:50:44 PM (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00)
You have horrible taste in music.
nelly sucks
Tuesday, December 6, 2005 10:42:04 AM (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00)
finally a post i can really relate with
...well i've heard only the first track on your list, but what the heck i love your blog and commenting on it feels great.

Nelly doesn't suck and i'm quite amused by Dare's music taste.
Wednesday, December 7, 2005 5:41:03 AM (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00)
"You have horrible taste in music."

Glad to know you are the official standard on good music. You only prove your stupidity with a comment like that.

Anyways, when can we expect Dare to get an invisible set? Also, what's the chance of a video of that synchronized dance? :)
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