D-Mize & Dee. Rockz | 6 Years Later...

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6 Years Later...

by D-Mize & Dee. Rockz

Comedy Rap songs by a couple of dudes who are almost 30 and still think that farts and boobs are funny.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hardcore Rap
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  Song Share Time Download
1. 6 Years Later (Doo Doo)
2:26 $0.99
2. Tear Da Club Up '08
3:45 $0.99
3. Buttz
3:44 $0.99
4. Who Tha Fuck Is You
3:04 $0.99
5. Don't Eat Fire (feat Q)
3:26 $0.99
6. Blow Your Mind (skit)
1:30 $0.99
7. Boom (Doom) (feat MC Randumb)
3:22 $0.99
8. Rap Ninja
2:27 $0.99
9. Killa Shit (Intro)
0:27 $0.99
10. How We Do
3:04 $0.99
11. Ghetto Fame
2:44 $0.99
12. Fuck Wit' (feat Q)
2:46 $0.99
13. Supercool
1:58 $0.99
14. Barkin' Seazon (feat MC Randumb)
3:50 $0.99
15. Gimme Tha
3:43 $0.99
16. You'rean Angel (feat Tha Big Yummy)
3:52 $0.99
17. Slaughtered
2:10 $0.99
18. Stand Back (feat Q)
3:01 $0.99
19. We Dem Rhyduz
3:14 $0.99
20. Crack Rockz Too (feat Tha Polar Bear MC's)
6:00 $0.99
21. Buttz (Ass Slappin Remix)
2:13 $0.99
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Album Notes
Six years later, the dream hasn\'t died. D-Mize & Dee. Rockz (aka Jewish Dave) from Tha Polar Bear MC\'s (aka Tha Killa Korpse Gangstaz) are alive and well, making people laugh, cry, dance and smile with their silly little rap songs. The duo were one of the first offshoots of Tha Polar Bear MC\'s, a popular comedy-rap group from Las Vegas, NV, known for their ridiculous lyrics, energetic stage show, and catchy beats. Tha Polar Bear MC\'s were one of the most popular groups in the local Las Vegas music scene from 2001-2006, performing everywhere from dingy dive bars to locations on the Las Vegas strip, as well as placing 2nd and 3rd in two Battle of the Bands\' (despite the fact they played no instruments and by no means were an actual “band”).

Founded by David Rosen (Dee. Rockz / Jewish Dave), the group released an album, “I Hope U Melt,” in 2002, but slowly started to break apart into various side projects. MC Randumb & Jewish Dave released a number of mixtapes and became the most well-known of the offshoots due to their continued appearances in the local music scene. Tha Big Yummy, another side project continued the theme of Tha Polar Bear MC\'s, but brought things towards a stranger, rock/folk/punk sound. Fa-Cock-Ta teamed Jewish Dave with MC Ethel for an all-Jewish themed comedy rap project. But all along, D-Mize & Dee. Rockz kept scheduling recording sessions month after month as they worked on an record they hoped to release soon after the debut group album.

Six years later, all that had been released was a compilation featuring songs from each of these side projects called, “Jewish Dave & Friends,” an album that has received such raves as “about as funny as my old grandpa telling me to pull his finger” (Jason Bracelin, Las Vegas Review Journal). In case you\'re wondering, they took that as the best compliment anyone could have possibly given them... But now, after these six long years, D-Mize & Dee. Rockz have finally finished their debut album, “6 Years Later” (formerly “Ghetto Fame”), featuring such already destined-to-be classics as “Don\'t Eat Fire,” “Tear Da Club Up 08,” “How We Do,” “Who Tha Fuck Is U?” and “6 Years Later (Doo Doo).”

While each of the other side projects had their own hooks (Fa-Cock-Ta was Jewish jokes, Tha Big Yummy was sex jokes and rock music, MC Randumb & Jewish Dave was hardcore murder rap), the D-Mize & Dee. Rockz album keeps things closer to the sound and vision of the original group album, “I Hope U Melt.” The beats and lyrics may have gotten better, but the goal of making ridiculous comedy-rap that is almost indistinguishable on first listen from the hip-hop in the Top 40 is still alive. These songs could be any rap fans new favorites until they start paying attention to the lyrics and realize the ridiculousness of it all. Some would describe them as a less serious version of Wu-tang Clan. Some would call them the Tenacious D of hip-hop. Some would call them terrible, and yet, still, some would call them sexy. It\'s up to you decide...



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Review on Nuevorevolution.com
Can white boys rock the microphone? D-Mize and Dee Rockz (Jewish Dave) do it quite well and can make you laugh too! The one way to explain the CD is take Mitch Hedberg and bitch slap Emniem into the mix. Tracks like “Buttz” and “You're An Angel” cross the line of being hilarious and obscene. Don't be up tight loosen your colon, laugh, and admire the skillz of "6 Years Later."

sunny rosen

d-mize & dee.rockz
the best cd i have ever listened to....since their last one...by jewish dave\'s mom

David Rosen

to be fair... i'm dee. rockz BUT...
this album is really amazing stuff. anyone who loved our old stuff is gonna like this album even better. you'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll fart. i did. and i'm the president.

on a side note. why don't you at least write me and tell me WHY you didn't like the album if you don't like it and i will write you back refuting all your points. i'm pretty sure you're wrong. dummy.

i love you all.


Review in Las Vegas Citylife
White boy rap kingpins Dee. Rockz (aka David "Jewish Dave" Rosen) and D-Mize from the notorious hip-hoppin' pranksters Tha Polar Bear MCs are at it again. It really has been six years since the boys began and the new release (originally titled Ghetto Fame) shows they haven't matured at all. Well, maybe that's not entirely true; the rhymes and beats are so strappin' that a casual listener might not realize all this talk about bitches, money, drugs and big dicks is simultaneously laden with absurd references. Really, does it get any more gangsta that Ruth's Chris or Del Taco? "Buttz" is basically a hardcore takedown of Sir Mix-A-Lot's "Baby Got Back" and while some of the tracks are redundant and inane, "Boom (Doom)," others are hilariously wrong -- "You're An Angel" is a cheesy synth ode to golden showers, complete with the lyric "baby girl you'll be my toilet bowl" -- but that seems to be the exactly the point. Filthy-minded comedy genius or the most retarded shit since Vanilla Ice's Platinum Underground comeback attempt? You decide.

Jason Bracelin

Review in Las Vegas-Review Journal
Not even a minute into this disc, Dee-Mize is warning the ladies that he might take a dump in their purse.

And that\'s nothing compared to what these two do to your iPod.

A tongue-in-(butt)-cheek satire of gangsta rap tropes mixed with the bawdy humor of a book of fart jokes, this pair rhymes about schizophrenic reindeer, eatin\' puppies and peein\' on people over spare, old-school beats and bright synth lines. They\'re at their best when spoofing hard-core rap macho-isms (\"Boom (Doom)\") and warning the youngins about the dangers of consuming open flames (\"Don\'t Eat Fire\").

It may be six years later, but these dudes haven\'t grown up any. We\'d tell \'em to keep it that way if it wasn\'t already a given.