Marcus Nino | Trap'd Behind My Barz

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Hip-Hop/Rap: Dirty South Hip-Hop/Rap: Dirty South Moods: Mood: Party Music
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Trap'd Behind My Barz

by Marcus Nino

south form of hip-hop is more distinct for its sound and slang than for lyrical content. In an attempt to capture their stylish lifestyles on wax, most southern emcees consciously incorporate car culture, fashion trends, nightlife, and unique lingo.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Dirty South
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1. I'm Ballin (feat. Gmac)
3:54 album only
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2. She Bad (feat. Gmac)
4:01 album only
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3. Motivation (feat. Beat Rocka)
4:40 album only
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4. Turn Ya Swagg
3:36 album only
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5. Bedroom Weather (feat. Ms. Bledsoe)
4:48 album only
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6. Fight Song (feat. Bodean)
3:15 album only
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7. Im Hot
3:00 album only
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8. Stop Boi
5:03 album only
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9. She Cold
3:39 album only
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10. Next to Blow (feat. Johnny Woo)
5:08 album only
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11. Let Me Shine
3:05 album only
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12. Fellin You (feat. Johnny Woo)
4:16 album only
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13. Cut Off
2:46 album only
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14. Meal Ticket
4:54 album only
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Album Notes
This is a great CD, The artist Marcus is rapping from the heart, and telling it like it is. Marcus started rapping at an early age in life and has not quit. This CD gives you great insight into the south and some of the great rappers that comes from that reign.
The spotlight on those cities that rock the southern style of hip-hop is the musical equivalence of a revolving door. Atlanta once had its run with the dominance of OutKast, Goodie Mob, Ludacris, T.I., and the emergence of sub-genres like crunk and snap. Houston's hegemony in 2005 gave rise to the mainstream success of Paul Wall, Chamillionaire, Slim Thug, and Mike Jones. H-Town's commercial reign also put the 'chopped and screwed' sub-genre (christened after its pioneer DJ Screw) on the national map. Know it is Jackson, Mississippi and Marcus Bledsoe.

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