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    up songs
  • (The Up Song) "The Up Song" was Kevin Ayers’ first release after signing to Island Records. The song was a single-only release in 1974. The B-side, "Everybody’s Sometime and Some People’s All The Time Blues" was taken from Ayers’ album, The Confessions of Dr.
    hip hop
  • an urban youth culture associated with rap music and the fashions of African-American residents of the inner city
  • rap: genre of African-American music of the 1980s and 1990s in which rhyming lyrics are chanted to a musical accompaniment; several forms of rap have emerged
  • Hip hop or Hip-Hop is an artistic culture that originated in the 1970s in New York City. DJ Afrika Bambaataa outlined the four pillars of Hip-Hop Culture: MCing, DJing, b-boying, and graffiti writing. Other elements include beatboxing.
  • A style of popular music of US black and Hispanic origin, featuring rap with an electronic backing
    pump
  • A woman's plain, lightweight shoe that has a low-cut upper, no fastening, and typically a medium heel
  • a mechanical device that moves fluid or gas by pressure or suction
  • A light shoe, in particular
  • deliver forth; "pump bullets into the dummy"
  • A man's slip-on patent leather shoe for formal wear
  • operate like a pump; move up and down, like a handle or a pedal; "pump the gas pedal"
    rap
  • blame: a reproach for some lapse or misdeed; "he took the blame for it"; "it was a bum rap"
  • Strike (someone or something) sharply with stick or similar implement
  • Strike (a hard surface) with a series of rapid audible blows, esp. in order to attract attention
  • Strike (something) against a hard surface in such a way
  • strike sharply; "rap him on the knuckles"
  • a gentle blow
pump up songs rap hip hop - Joe Budden
Joe Budden
Joe Budden
Believe the hype--Budden, who sat in Def Jam purgatory for three years, ain't your average Joe MC. Like 50 Cent before him, Budden makes the thorny transition from New York underground mix-tape legend to aboveground Billboard chart-ready emcee--especially on tracks such as the club-friendly, Just Blaze-produced "Pump It Up" and the 2002 club hit "Focus." Yet, the most compelling songs here are the ones that aren't as hyper or glitzy, but that border on autobiographical. On "Walk with Me," Budden cleverly outlines a day in his life, moving from tales of past drug addictions to his current status as Def Jam's star recruit. Joe Budden is one of those rare releases that might appeal to both purist heads and Top 20 droids. "Fire," which guests Busta Rhymes, and "#1," which artfully stitches together samples from three popular KRS-One tunes, should satisfy both sides of the "keep it real" argument. Minus some of the overindulgent lyrical mack-ons ("Ma Ma Ma"), this record is near flawless by new millennium rap standards. --Dalton Higgins

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Trey Songz Nicki Minaj Bottoms Up
Trey Songz Nicki Minaj Bottoms Up
Bottoms Up (feat. Nicki Minaj) [Intro] Yeaaah Comere It's mister steal yo girl x2 Ay girl ay girl ay girl Leggo [Chours: Trey Songz] Bottoms up bottoms up (up) Ay what's in ya cup Got a cuple bottles But a cuple aint enough Bottoms up bottoms up (up) Throw ya hands up Tell security we bouta tear this club up Bottoms up bottoms up (up) Pocket full of green Girl you know I love the way you shakin it them jeans Bottoms up bottoms up (up) Throw musicjuzz.blogspot.com yo hands up Bottoms up (up) bottoms up (up) bottoms up (up) up (up) up bottoms [Verse 1: Trey Songz] You know what it is Girl we back up in this thang(thang) Money stay in my pocket Girl I'm like a walkin bank (bank) Tell me what you drank (drank) Tell me what you thank (thank) If I go get these bottles we go alchol insane (insane) Callin all the girls (girls) Do you hear me All around the world (world) City to city (city) Cheers to the girls Throw duece to the guys Na I got a chiken and a goose in the ride Getin loose in the ride Hatin ass nigga you can move to the move to the move to the side [CHOURS: Trey Songz] Bottoms up bottoms up (up) Ay what's in ya cup Got a cuple bottles But a cuple aint enough Bottoms up bottoms up (up) Throw ya hands up Tell security we bouta tear this club up Bottoms up bottoms up (up) Pocket full of green Girl you know I love the way you shakin it them jeans Bottoms up bottoms up (up) Throw yo hands up Bottoms up (up) bottoms up (up) bottoms up (up) up (up) up bottoms [Verse 2: Trey Songz] My visions blurd (comere) My words slur (comere) It's jam packed (yeaa) A million girls (ay) And I aint trynna lead em We drunk so let me be yo alchol heat room Callin all the girls (girls) Do you hear me (girl) All around the world (world) City to city (yeeaahhh) Cheers to the girls Throw duece to the guys Na I got a chicken and a goose in the ride Getin loose in the ride Hatin ass nigga you can move to the move to the move to the side [Chours: Trey Songz] Bottoms up bottoms up (up) Ay what's in ya cup Got a cuple bottles But a cuple aint enough Bottoms up bottoms up (up) Throw ya hands up Tell security we bouta tear this club up Bottoms up bottoms up (up) Pocket full of green Girl you know I love the way you shakin it them jeans Bottoms up bottoms up (up) [Nicki Minaj: uh huh] Throw yo hands up [Nicki Minaj: uh] Bottoms up (up) bottoms up (up) bottoms up (up) up (up) up bottoms [Nicki Minaj: uh yo] [Verse 3: Nicki Minaj (Roman Zolanski)] Can I get that dro Can I get that remmy Can I get that coke Can I get that henny Can I get that margarita on the rock rock rock Can I get salt all around that rim rim rim rim Trey I was like yo trey Do you think you can buy me a bottle of rosay Okay lets get it now I'm wit a bad b**ch he's wit his friends I don't say I hi I say keys to the benz Keys to the benz keys to the benz Muf**kin rite yea b to the 10 If a b**ch try to get cute ima stuff her Throw alotta money at her then yell f**k her f**k her f**k her then yell f**k her Then I'm go and get my louisville slugger Excuse me I'm sorry I'm really such lady I rep young money You know slim baby And we be doin donuts while we wave in the 3-80 We give a lot of money to the babies out in haiti Yellin all around the world Do you hear me Do you like my body and a nicki Rest in peace to ana nicole smith Yes my dear your so explosive Say hi to mary mary and joseph Now bottoms up and double my doses [Chours: Trey Songz] Bottoms up bottoms up (up) Ay what's in ya cup Got a cuple bottles But a cuple aint enough (Turn your) bottoms up bottoms up (up) Throw ya hands up Tell security we bouta tear this club up Bottoms up bottoms up (up) Pocket full of green Girl you know I love the way you shakin it them jeans Bottoms up bottoms up (up) Throw yo hands up Bottoms up (up) bottoms up (up) bottoms up (up) up (up) up bottoms Bottoms up
Song From My Teens ~ Thirteen [Explore #55 12/12/10]
Song From My Teens ~ Thirteen [Explore #55 12/12/10]
Update: Thanks to all for taking part in the guessing game. Song: Poison Ivy. Artiste: Coasters [whoever they were!!]. Year: 1959 For Macro Mondays weekly theme " Songs From Your Teens" Apparently this was one of the 100 greatest recordings for the year in question and in fact it was in the top ten for that year! Here's the test: What title? [it's in the picture]. What artiste[s]? [ah now, that might give it away!]. What year? [there are some clues about]

pump up songs rap hip hop
pump up songs rap hip hop
Thug World Order
When the late Eazy-E introduced Bone Thugs-N-Harmony to the world in 1994, the Grammy-winning quintet placed Cleveland on the rap map with their gospel-tinged vocal harmonies and nefarious triple-time rhymes. Years later, the crew doesn't mess with their distinct trademark formula, still utilizing speedy, sometimes undecipherable, flows on the slum symphony "Pump, Pump," while boasting that they can "harmonize like the Temptations" on "Guess Who's Back," a bouncy Organized Noize-produced rhythm track. As for the crew's subject matter, it's as crude as ever. "Not My Baby," for example, sheds light on a touchy subject that seems to plague oversexed emcees--that is, paternity tests to prove whether "groupie" claims are legit (the crew chants "ain't mine, not mine"). Sure, only Eazy-E (up in heaven) knows why they sampled Phil Collins's "Take Me Home" ("Home"), but not since the "1st of tha Month," their remarkable ode to "gubment" cheese, has the crew sounded so tight. Eazy-E must be grinning somewhere. --Dalton Higgins

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