Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

ESG

  • Broadcast in Music
  • 0 comments
Naughtydownadvi

Naughtydownadvi

×  

Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Naughtydownadvi.
h:242391
s:2883905
archived

For this another episode of Naughty Down Advice. I have a special guest that goes by the name ESG who is a rapper that trailblazed through the late-'90s movement and helped popularize the "chopped and screwed" style associated with his onetime home, Wreckshop Records. The "Everyday Street Gangsta" (born Cedric Hill) made his first major move in 1995 when Perrion Entertainment released Ocean of Funk (1995), which featured his breakthrough single, "Swangin' and Bangin'," and its accompanying "Chopped and Screwed" mix.  Though commonplace a few years later, the chopped and screwed style of remixing hadn't yet become trendy. Thus the mix became just as popular as the song itself, if not more so. This success inspired Perrion to reissue the most impressive songs from Ocean of Funk ("Swangin' and Bangin'," "Crooked Streets," and "Smoke On") on Sailin' da South (1995), this album distributed widely by Priority. Following these related 1995 albums by Perrion, E.S.G. maintained a low profile while imprisoned yet continued to reap the continuing success of Sailin' da South as its reach spread beyond Texas, and so much more.

Comments

 comments